According to Trend Micro's Q2 2013 Security Roundup Report, the number of malicious and high-risk Android apps surged from 509,000 in the first quarter of 2013 to 718,000 in the second quarter.
Trend Micro VP of cybersecurity Tom Kellerman on Android malware growth.
A new report released by Trend Micro says that mobile malware rates are skyrocketing.
Like Google and Facebook, Twitter is experimenting with multi-factor authentication
Security experts have been warning for years that industrial control systems (ICS) are vulnerable to cyberattacks, but a recent work with ICS “honeypots” shows just how actively they’re being probed and attacked.
A decoy water control system disguised as belonging to a U.S. municipality, caught the attention of a hacking group tied to the Chinese military
Research from Trend Micro shows that the number of malicious apps available for Android jumped 40 percent in the second quarter of 2013.
An annual show-and-tell of some of the most alarming security breaches currently known is underway at two hacker conferences being held in Las Vegas this week.
As the prevalence of the Android OS grows, so grows a commensurate vector for malicious attacks from malware. Apparently, the number of malicious apps is growing, too.
Trend Micro today disclosed more evidence of cybercriminals -- and legit mobile services companies -- trampling the privacy of those who use Google Android smartphones and tablets.