Threats Facing Android

In a very recent article on PC World’s website, Eric Geier wrote that 2012 will see a rise in information security threats, aided, in part, by the ubiquity of mobile devices – smartphones, tablets and laptops for example – as well as the growing and sustainable popularity of social networks. Cybercrime is going to become […]

Open source Android a target for cyber criminals

The smartphone revolution was always inevitable if we considered Moore’s law as indisputable fact. To abridge a very fascinating and somewhat complicated branch of philosophy coupled with technological discourse, Moore’s law relates to the idea put forward in 1965 by Gordon Moore, Intel co-founder, that the number of transistors on a chip would double every […]

What are you and your organisation doing about Android security?

At the RANT Forum (Acumin’s monthly information security networking event), attendees often complain that they are playing catch up to cybercriminals. It is the bad guys that define the market, they are at the cutting edge as they try and find vulnerabilities, attack vectors, and exploits that will allow them to break in to a […]