By Joel Windels

Much of the attention focused on mobile security invariably includes topics like machine learning and AI, various vulnerabilities such as zero-day attacks, and sophisticated state-level malware threats. One of the most infamous mobile threats in recent years has been Pegasus, a headline-grabbing spyware that was first identified by mobile phishing security expert Lookout together with cybersecurity watchdog group, Citizen Lab. The discovery of Pegasus quickly sent shockwaves throughout the cybersecurity community due to its ability to infect Android devices as well as iOS devices, which many users had wrongly presumed impervious to attack.


By Chris kambala

With almost 4 million mobile apps available for download on Google Play alone, it can be difficult to see how you can develop a business mobile app that will stand out. However, as adults spend an average of nearly four hours a day using them, mobile apps are not something that a modern business can ignore. There are many aspects of a mobile app that will determine its success. But, if you get the core principles right, it will go a long way towards making your app an app that people want to use.