Google has released the February 2020 Android Security Bulletin, giving carriers and device makers a fresh set of patches to install.
BlackBerry Cylance has integrated SafeBreach data breach and attack simulation capabilities into its portfolio.
Google has released the January 2020 Android Security Bulletin, giving carriers and device makers a fresh set of patches to install.
Google rolled out the January 2020 Android Security Update earlier today, which has been followed by BlackBerry rolling out the December 2019 Android Security update to BlackBerry Android devices.
OnePlus is to offer a bug bounty offering up to $7,000 USD to security experts who discover and report potential threats to OnePlus’ systems. The company has also partnered with HackerOne, a hacker-powered security platform as part of its efforts to better protect users from cyber threats.
BlackBerry 2FA technology will enable the Government of Romania to deliver Wi-Fi to 4,500 public schools and 1.5 million students, as part of the Government of Romania's National Wireless Campus Project.
The Yubico Authenticator App has had a new update bringing support for NFC on iOS and more. version (v1.1) of the Authenticator mobile application for iOS now extends support for near field communication (NFC) on iOS, delivering tap-and-go flexibility in addition to authentication over a Lightning connection.
Google has released the December 2019 Android Security Bulletin, giving carriers and device makers a fresh set of patches to install. Google device firmware images have also been released to the Google Developer site. Though Google puts out the Android security patches each month, the job of actually getting the fixes to end users falls on the telcos and/or device manufacturers themselves. Those partners vary in their ability to release the patches in a timely fashion.
BlackBerry has today rolled out the November 2019 Android Security update to BlackBerry Android devices. The Android Security Bulletin contains details of security vulnerabilities affecting Android devices.
A recent report published by Israeli security research firm Checkmarx reveals that the camera app from Google and Samsung contains vulnerabilities, which, when exploited, could allow an attacker to gain complete control over the app even if the app’s permissions (for storage, location, etc.) are locked.