Popular Security Articles for 2014
Although supposedly beefed up in Windows 8.1, Microsoft's Defender software still isn't doing enough to keep users safe from malware, AV-Test told TPCR this week.
The Heartbleed bug has potentially exposed the personal and professional info of millions of people, but users of Apple's tablets should be relieved to learn that this security flaw isn't[...]
Could popular apps such as Angry Birds or Facebook tell the NSA your age, friends, and whether you're straight or gay? Brighthand has all the details.
As consumers living in a post-Edward Snowden world, what do we need to know about cryptography applications? Read this guide from NotebookReview to find out.
Whether antivirus software is needed on tablets depends on which operating system is being used. Get more details from SearchConsumerization.
The head of Google's Android security team believes that there's little basis for the widely-held belief that Android is plagued by malware. Learn more from SearchSecurity.
With iOS 7, Apple has included more tools than ever for managing iOS devices. SearchConsumerization explains which iOS 7 security and privacy features IT can control and how.
Samsung forges ahead with its Knox enterprise mobility management (EMM) tool, despite a free Knox knockoff in Google Android L. More details are available from SearchConsumerization.