As attacks of all kinds rise, IT and security professionals are under the gun. But one way to stay ahead of the attackers is to think like one, and to bolster your organization's security defenses accordingly.
In this key topic, we look at the definitions and methods of mobile app collusion, and how we will be able to detect and protect mobile devices from this emerging attack vector.
Download this white paper to explore three key topics:
- Mobile app collusion, how attacks are manifested, and how businesses can protect themselves from such attacks.
- How mainstream hashing functions become more susceptible to cyberattacks as processor performance increases
- The history, evolution, recent updates, and the botnet infrastructure of the re-emerged W32/Pinkslipbot (also known as Qakbot, Akbot, QBot)