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  • The future of access control according to HID

    28.02.2014

    A new security environment in which users will have a seamless experience when using cloud-based applications and services, accessing data, and opening doors is emerging.

  • PoC mobile malware records swipes on touch screen smartphones

    31.01.2014

    A security researcher has developed proof-of-concept malware capable of capturing screenshots and finger swipes on mobile devices, and is set to demonstrate his creation at the RSA Conference in San Francisco in February.

  • Many Android apps can track your location, access photos

    29.01.2014

    An alarming proportion of Android applications can find and open private photographs on smartphones, track users’ locations, divulge e-mail addresses over the internet and leak address books and phone logs, according to an analysis of 836,021 Play Store Android applications.

  • Surge in mobile network infections affects millions of devices

    29.01.2014

    Security threats to mobile devices continues its rapid rise, infecting at any time more than 11.6 million devices and putting their owners at increased risk for stolen personal and financial information; bill shock resulting from pirated data usage; and extortion in exchange for device control.

  • Looking back at 10 years of mobile malware

    24.01.2014

    From Cabir to FakeDefend, the last decade has seen the number of mobile malware explode.




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Identifying security innovation strategies

Posted on 14 April 2014.  |  Tom Quillin is the Director of Cyber Security Technology and Initiatives at Intel Corporation. In this interview he talks about security innovation, current and future threats.


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