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NowSecure #MobSec5 - Week of Dec. 12

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Welcome and happy holidays! This will be the last installment of #MobSec5 for 2016. You'll hear from
 
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NowSecure #MobSec5
Welcome and happy holidays!
This will be the last installment of #MobSec5 for 2016. You’ll hear from us again the first week of 2017. In the meantime, we encourage you to follow us on Twitter at @NowSecureMobile where we’ll share relevant mobile security news items.
This week’s “baker’s dozen” of mobile security news items includes:
  • Medical mobile app compromised
  • The largest data breach ever
  • Apple releases iOS 10.2, which includes a number of security updates
Thanks for reading. Happy New Year, be good, and stay safe.

Quest Diagnostics Data Breach: Health Info of 34,000 Customers Exposed | Fortune
Apple Releases iOS 10.2 With New TV App, New Emoji, and More | Mac Rumors
Yahoo Hack Leaves One Billion Accounts Compromised | WIRED
CMOs and mobile marketers should not leave security issues just to the engineers | The Drum
Database of Software “Fingerprints” Expands to Include Mobile Apps | NIST
Yahoo and Other Breaches Drive Surge in Corporate Hacking Insurance | WSJ
Google’s new “Android Things” OS hopes to solve awful IoT security | Ars Technica
Citi App users get more biometric authentication options | Business Insider
Pros and Cons of Using XCTest for iOS Testing | Bitbar
Shigeru Miyamoto reveals why you can't play 'Super Mario Run' offline | Mashable
What Will Trump's Twitter Strategy Be When He Becomes President? | NPR
The Perfect Weapon: How Russian Cyberpower Invaded the U.S. - The New York Times
More Than 200 Mobile Websites And Apps Leaked Personally Identifiable Information | Information Security Buzz
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