Apple responded to a Chinese television broadcasters allegations that the company is storing users information through its location tracking services.
With users flocking toward mobile platforms, fraudsters will join as well. But businesses have a bigger problem: What to do about employees wanting to use their devices to connect to the corporate network.
Users of Apple's new mobile operating system, set for final release in the fall, will now be able to grant or deny apps from accessing personal data.
Apple is known to be secretive when it comes to sharing information on its engineering, but a new guide on iOS security released this week by the computing giant could change the game.
The latest McAfee Threats Report revealed that the amount of Android malware still is soaring.
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Researchers have discovered a correlation between infected WordPress sites and the propagation of the prolific Mac Flashback trojan.
Security researchers said the number of Flashback-infected Mac computers significantly fell over the weekend, but that doesn't mean the botnet has been crippled.
No longer with the option of saying "no" to its employees, organizations are finding that solutions and techniques exist for managing and securing the mobile devices workers wish to connect to the corporate network.
Spam that seemingly emanates from Apple is making the rounds with the aim of tricking users into handing over their IDs and passwords, researchers at anti-virus firm Trend Micro said in a blog post Monday.
Malware writers aren't waiting long between releasing new variants for a Mac trojan known as Flashback. The latest is designed to disable built-in anti-virus on target machines.
When Steve Jobs announced iCloud at the Apple Worldwide Developer Conference, many in enterprise IT dismissed the broader relevance of consumer cloud services, but they do so at their peril.