Did you like this?
friends and colleagues.
Main Street, By Robert McGarvey
The "bad-news" multiple research reports - claiming wholesale security flaws in mobile banking apps - keep winning headlines.
And they have to scare you.
Praetorian, a security firm, said in its report that eight of ten mobile banking apps contain security weaknesses.
IOActive Labs Research claimed in its report that 90% of iOS financial services apps contain grievous flaws that put users at risk.
The question has to be asked: Is it now too risky even to think about using mobile banking apps?
Dennis Fisher, security evangelist at Kaspersky Lab, which probes Internet vulnerabilities, noted: "Consumers need to weight the convenience of these banking apps against the risks that some of them present. Much of security is about trade-offs, and this is no different. Users should be very concerned about the vulnerabilities found in these apps.... There are too many well-known attacks that can be used to intercept plaintext traffic and steal users' credentials." Read more.
Articles related to Business News
Kaspersky Lab today announced a new report, which highlights consumers’ attitudes and behaviors toward their digital clutter, and how a lack of app maintenance could leave devices vulnerable to security threats.
Today, Kaspersky Lab, a longtime member of Dell EMC’s Technology Partner Program, has completed certification of Kaspersky Security for Storage with Dell EMC FluidFS v6.
Kaspersky Security for Storage Certified with Dell EMC FluidFS v6