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NowSecure #MobSec5 - Week of March 5

This week we celebrate International Women's Day! What better day for Girls Who Code to announce thei
March 9 · Issue #94 · View online
NowSecure #MobSec5
This week we celebrate International Women’s Day! What better day for Girls Who Code to announce their inaugural Global Girls Summit happening October 11, and for Girl Scouts of USA to make note of the new cybersecurity badges coming later this year (September 2018)!
Now onto this week’s #MobSec5:
  • Cybersecurity joins the mix of variables in M&A
  • MoviePass app tracks your location - and the CEO is proud of it
  • Android apps infected with Windows malware
Thanks for reading. Have a great weekend, be good, and stay safe.

Android Security Bulletin—March 2018 | Android Open Source Project
Cybersecurity Gets Added to the M&A Lexicon | Dark Reading
MoviePass CEO proudly says the app tracks your location before and after movies | TechCrunch
Here's how Android P promises to protect your privacy | ZDNet
Mobile malware evolution 2017 | Securelist
Zscaler ThreatLabZ found hundreds of Android apps infected | Zscaler
The InfoSec Amnesty Q&A |
Facebook-owned Onavo quietly launches Bolt App Lock, a data-tracking app that locks other apps | TechCrunch
Encryption 101: How to break encryption - Malwarebytes Labs | Malwarebytes Labs
LTE security flaws could be used for spying, spreading chaos | Ars Technica
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