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So the swathe of DDoS attacks that hit a collection of Irish websites last week have remained a bit of a mystery, but one security expert has suggested the answer might be simple: Cash.
Over the course of the last year the telecommunications industry has seen the emergence of multiple threat vectors affecting mobile subscribers across the globe. Whilst some have been the result of efforts to directly access user devices and acquire personal data for the purposes of fraud, others have been more subtle, involving illegal surveillance and call tapping to locate political targets and access corporate and confidential state information.
AdaptiveMobile has launched a new security product to protect users from increasingly sophisticated threats to messaging apps.
AdaptiveMobile, the world leader in mobile network security, today launched its Messaging App Security – a new product that enables messaging applications to secure their user base from increasing volume and sophistication of threats.
Adaptive Mobile has announced Messaging App Security, a new product built upon the RESTful API that will allow developers to add backend security into their messaging applications, enhancing security and reducing the chance of hackers breaking into customer devices.
AdaptiveMobile, a mobile network security company, launched its Messaging App Security – a new product that enables messaging applications like WhatsApp, Facebook Messenger, Viber and Kik to secure their user base from increasing volume and sophistication of threats.
‘The BT/EE merger will generate a cultural change that will force operators to find new ways to differentiate,’ AdaptiveMobile’s chief strategic officer has told Mobile.
Russian digital scammers staged holiday incursions on Kik instant messenger users, flooding them with genuine-looking offers from big brands and conning them into sharing their personal data. Attacks began on Halloween and continued through Thanksgiving, CyberMonday, Christmas Day, and New Year's Day.
Mobile security threats have become more sophisticated and devastating over the past few years, while the future holds more attacks exploiting the Internet of Things and other emerging technology, according to an infographic prepared by mobile security firm AdaptiveMobile.
Another year, another bunch of targets for cyberattackers. Be it personal finance, corporate business or mass surveillance we’re all destined to be victims, it seems.
AdaptiveMobile has listed its predictions for cyber threats in 2016, starting with global phone networks, right through to brand protection and, of course, the internet of things.