New security features coming to macOS and iOS

Apple recently announced a variety of security and privacy features it’ll be bringing to macOS Mojave and iOS 12 in the near future.

Is this a good thing? iPhones will soon tell users if you’re monitoring them

There are a few ways to interpret a recent report about the newest iOS version: One is that it’ll give users a constant reminder to be careful on company devices. Another is that it’ll freak them. Big time. 

Malicious code sneaks through App Store’s defenses

Usually when you hear about malicious applications, it’s a case of hackers evading Google Play’s defenses. But it was recently discovered thousands of App Store apps have potential security flaws. 

Are mobile users second-class citizens for patches?

Apple recently released a fix for several vulnerabilities with an update to iOS 7.  But something about the way those updates were released isn’t sitting right with security-conscious users. 

iOS 7 announced: What’s in store for business users?

Apple recently unveiled iOS 7, its latest update to the mobile operating system for the iPhone and iPad. The update features a new interface, plus some changes that should make IT managers happy. 

Android apps illegally steal users’ info, lawsuit claims

Mobile viruses aren’t the only BYOD security threat companies need to watch for. There may also be legitimate apps that snoop on users’ data more than organizations are comfortable with. 

Alleged iPhone 5 pictures leak: What to expect from Apple’s new smartphone

Rumors about the next version of Apple’s iPhone have been swirling around the web for months, and a few of them have supposedly been confirmed by some iPhone 5 pictures that found their way online recently. 

No new iPhone, but Apple announces MacBook, iOS updates

Despite what most observers were hoping, the keynote at Apple’s Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) did not include any information about the upcoming iPhone 5. However, the event included some other key updates: 

5 ways to secure the iPhone for business use

The iPhone has started to unseat more corporate-friendly mobile gadgets such as the Blackberry as the device most often used in a business setting. Here are some steps IT can take to help limit the security risks of users’ smartphone of choice.

iPhone or Android: Which is more secure?

Android smartphones have made headlines recently due to a few high-profile malware incidents. But overall, how does Android’s security compare to that of Apple’s devices?