Huawei claims that not only will they benchmark its Hongmeng OS against Apple iOS when it comes to data privacy and security, it will also be 60% faster than Android and MacOS.
Think fake mobile apps are just displaying annoying advertisements? Think again as attackers are using them to steal data, extort ransoms or even infiltrate to company network through your phone.
In the competitive world of mobile app development, companies need to take mobile app security as an important factor to protect consumer data and privacy.
According to new research, brand-new Android smartphones comes with pre-installed apps which are used for data harvesting, tracking and monitoring, all without the knowledge of the user.
With mobile comes great opportunities both for consumers and businesses, but also for criminals. Over half of businesses surveyed in the Sixth Annual Fraud Report from IDology experienced an increase in mobile fraud. What is the cause?
Many of the most popular iPhone apps are, without user privacy consent, using “session replay” technology that makes it possible to record their every touch, tap or swipe.
Facebook is once again coming under public scrutiny after a comprehensive report from Privacy International showed how many popular Android apps are sharing personal user data with Facebook without user consent.
Without your knowledge or consent, the leading mobile phone carriers in the United States may be actively selling your location data to third-party vendors. And, in turn, these vendors are re-selling this data to an expanding network of shady middlemen.