NowSecure #MobSec5 - Week of Jan. 2

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How's 2017 treating you so far?Your first #MobSec5 issue of 2017 includes:No card? No problem -- frau
 
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NowSecure #MobSec5

How’s 2017 treating you so far?

Your first #MobSec5 issue of 2017 includes:

  • No card? No problem – fraudulent ATM withdrawals via mobile app
  • DNS hijacking via malicious Android app
  • FTC reprimands IT provider for lax security in router and network-connected camera products
Thanks for reading. Happy New Year, be good, and stay safe.

Android Security Bulletin—January 2017 | Android Open Source Project
Stolen Passwords Fuel Card-less ATM Fraud | Krebs on Security
FTC goes after D-Link for shoddy security in routers, cameras | PCWorld
The Switcher Trojan hacks Wi-Fi routers, switches DNS | Kaspersky Lab Official Blog
Fancy Bear Hackers Breached Ukrainian Artillery Using Android Malware | Softpedia
Cyberwar for Sale | The New York Times
Managing Medical Device Cybersecurity in the Postmarket: At the Crossroads of Cyber-safety and Advancing Technology | FDA Voice
What Happened with mHealth Security, Mobile Privacy in 2016? | HealthIT Security
Defend IoT devices, win $25,000 from the FTC | CNET
Striking the balance between employee productivity and data security | ITProPortal
Fiat Chrysler and Google team on Android in-car tech | TechCrunch
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