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News roundup: Heartbleed vulnerabilities, point-of-sale malware and phishing scams are nothing new, yet numerous companies continue to fall victim to them. Shouldn't the lesson be learned by now? Plus: HTTP Shaming, Dropbox improvements and more.
Research of 350,000 banking-related apps has revealed about 11% contain malware or suspicious binaries
Mobile device security training can help reduce the threat of malicious mobile apps by making users think twice before clicking download.
Just because an app came from the Android Market doesn’t make it safe. Devices have to have Android malware protection to keep phones and tablets shipshape and enterprise-ready.
Deception techniques aren't new to security strategies, but they could be on the rise. Is it really necessary for enterprises to hack back? Expert Kevin Beaver examines.
Hacking back isn't the way to win the cyberwar. Gary McGraw says building software and systems with fewer vulnerabilities is stronger protection.
Hackers breach most conventional, signature-based security technologies, with 27% involving advanced threats
At its annual security confab, the research giant said enterprises buy too much threat prevention and not enough detection and response technology.