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NowSecure #MobSec5 - Week of Feb. 13

Welcome to your RSA Conference 2017 edition of #MobSec5. This year's conference included a slew of mo
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NowSecure #MobSec5

Welcome to your RSA Conference 2017 edition of #MobSec5. This year’s conference included a slew of mobile security talks as part of the Mobile & IoT Security track. You’ll find a list of those talks, along with recordings and slides, on the RSA Conference website.

Your heaping helping of mobile security reading material for your trip back home includes:
  • History repeats itself? Google says no known exploits of Stagefright in the wild
  • Ultimate espionage device gains entry to members-only club
  • Still no cybersecurity EO, but maybe before the end of the month
Thanks for reading. Have a great weekend, be good, and stay safe.

Android Security Boss Says Stagefright Had No Victims, Other Bugs Had Low Impact | Softpedia
Trump under fire for lax security practices | POLITICO
This must be the year of mobile security | TechCrunch
New Attack Threatens Android For Work Security | Dark Reading
Spyware’s Odd Targets: Backers of Mexico’s Soda Tax | New York Times
A Chip Flaw Strips Away a Key Hacking Safeguard for Millions of Devices | WIRED
Car Apps Are Vulnerable To Hacks That Could Unlock Millions of Vehicles | WIRED
This Android Trojan pretends to be Flash security update but downloads additional malware | ZDNet
Trump White House Withholds Cyber-Security Executive Order | eWeek
Verizon Said to Near Yahoo Deal at Lower Price After Hacks | Bloomberg
10 Blacklisted Apps Your Company Should Watch Out For |
WhatsApp rolls out two-factor authentication security | Mobile World Live
Encrypted chat app Wickr opens code for public review | TechCrunch
I’ll never bring my phone on an international flight again. Neither should you. | FreeCodeCamp
Windows 10 Mobile Security Bug Allows Hackers to Bypass Passcode, Access Photos | Softpedia
Google's Verify Apps now shows apps that it has recently scanned | Android Police
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