NowSecure #MobSec5 - Week of Mar. 27

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Welcome to your World Backup Day edition of #MobSec5. If you're looking for suggestions on how to cel
 
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Welcome to your World Backup Day edition of #MobSec5. If you’re looking for suggestions on how to celebrate, this list ought to do the trick.
This week’s summary of mobile security news includes:
  • Released this week, iOS 10.3 introduces new file system with strong encryption
  • Details of a remote exploit of iOS devices via Wi-Fi (patched in iOS 10.2)
  • Why wasn’t there a winner of Google’s Project Zero Prize?
Thanks for reading. Have a great weekend, be good, and stay safe.

About the security content of iOS 10.3 | Apple Support
A Great Reason To Update Your iPhone: This Hack Breaks iOS Security With Just A Wi-Fi Connection | Forbes
Project Zero: Project Zero Prize Conclusion | Google
Mobile Security Essential Healthcare Provider Priority | HealthIT Security
The Galaxy S8’s facial scanner can, unsurprisingly, be tricked with a photo | The Verge
Oxford University using quantum cryptography to revolutionize mobile payments security | International Business Times
iPhone-havers think they're safe. But they're not | The Register
This is the dishwasher with an unsecured web server we deserve | ZDNet
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