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Enterprise security company Palo Alto Networks may be growing 46% year on year, but that's not enough - it is now focused on an even more aggressive growth curve, and partnering with mega tech distributor Ingram Micro to do it.
Palo Alto Networks had already built up a channel network since it first arrived in the Asia Pacific region four years ago, but the strategy to work with the world's largest distributor of computer and technology products is very much about getting to the next level, said Sharat Sinha, Vice President, Asia Pacific, Palo Alto Networks.
Hackers have infiltrated some of the most popular Apple iPhone and iPad applications, infecting them with malicious software and potentially accessing private user data and passwords. The infected apps can transmit information about a user’s device, prompt fake alerts that could be used to steal passwords to Apple’s iCloud service, and read and write information on the user’s clipboard, according to Business Spectator.
Apple iOS users in Singapore could have downloaded apps infected with malicious software even though the infection reportedly took place in the Chinese App Store. Here are a few things to look out for if you suspect your device is affected.
Last week, it was found that a malware called XcodeGhost had infected a number of apps on Apple’s App Store in China. Considering Apple’s stringent app vetting process has kept the App Store relatively safe in the past, this outbreak was particularly alarming. Popular apps including WeChat were infected, potentially affecting hundreds of millions of users not just in China, but globally. Here’s how to detect if your iOS or OS X device is infected.
Apple last weekend made an unprecedented announcement that malware had infiltrated its iOS App Store. But scary as that sounds, the iPhone is still the safest choice when it comes to mainstream smartphones, a security expert told The Huffington Post Tuesday.
Apple has discovered and removed from its iPhone and iPad App Store dozens of apps that were infected by malware.
CNBC's Josh Lipton details the specifics behind the first major hacking of Apple's App Store.
Criminals exploited an innovative technique to gain access to Apple’s App Store last week — penetrating a service widely considered a walled garden safe from malicious code.
Apple acknowledged on Sunday night that the App Store had been hit by an unprecedented hack that infected dozens of apps with malware.
Apple Inc. has removed some applications from its App Store after developers in China were tricked into using software tools that added malicious code in an unusual security breach.
Perusahaan teknologi raksasa asal Amerika Serikat (AS), Apple, melaporkan sedang berupaya membersikan App Store iOS pada program iPhone dan iPad yang diidentifikasi terkena serangan virus. Ini merupakan serangan pertama kali kepada perangkat lunak (software)pada App Store untuk iOS tersebut.
In what’s being described as the first massive security breach for the iOS App Store, Apple is removing apps from the Store that have been infected with malware.
Apple Inc said on Sunday it is cleaning up its iOS App Store to remove malicious iPhone and iPad programs identified in the first large-scale attack on the popular mobile software outlet.
Some of the most popular Chinese names in Apple Inc.’s App Store were found to be infected with malicious software in what is being described as a first-of-its-kind security breach, exposing a rare vulnerability in Apple’s mobile platform, according to multiple researchers.
Hackers have found their way into Apple’s App Store. Apple confirmed on Sunday that a tool used by software developers for the company’s devices was copied and modified by hackers to put bad code into apps available on the App Store.
The Apple ecosystem is well known for very rarely letting any dodgy apps enter it because of the company’s stringent security checks. But recently, nearly two dozen malicious pieces of software managed to get hosted on the App Store, and subsequently downloaded by Chinese users. This is because attackers found an unorthodox route to exploit: they targeted some versions of the software used by developers to makes apps for iOS and OS X in the first place.
Mark McLaughlin, CEO of Palo Alto Networks, talks about how to tackle the cybersecurity risks associated with smart cities.
Not feeling supremely confident about your company's data—and business data created by employees on personal devices—being stored in your public cloud service? Have no fear: Palo Alto Networks now has an app service for that.
Palo Alto Networks has made its next big addition to its security platform, announcing Tuesday the general availability of Aperture, a solution to secure sanctioned Software-as-a-Service applications.
Cybersicherheit ist derzeit ein heißes Thema. Mit einer Aufklärungskampagne will der Deutsche Industrie- und Handelskammertag ganz aktuell Unternehmen intensiv für IT-Sicherheit sensibilisieren. Der jüngste, siebte World Quality Report von Capgemini enthüllt zudem, dass für 81 Prozent der Befragten (1.560 IT-Entscheider) die Sicherheit ihrer Systeme an erster Stelle steht. Hochkarätige Sicherheitsvorfälle in Unternehmen zeigen fast täglich, wie aktive Hacker und andere Cyberkriminelle sind.
Researchers have peeled back the layers on a new campaign that spans multiple years and involves a new variant of the ubiquitous Gh0st remote access tool (RAT).
The campaign, now believed to in its sixth year, is dubbed Musical Chairs, according to new research from Palo Alto Networks published Tuesday.
For more than five years, a campaign involving variants of Gh0st malware, including a new variant, “Piano Gh0st,” have persisted, seemingly without a true target or purpose.
Apple has found itself in the middle of the largest "hack" to date as more than 225,000 iPhone accounts have been stolen. The Palo Alto Networks or PANW discovered that iPhone user accounts have been hacked through a malware that has spread in the United States and Russia including 18 other countries.
こう話すのは、次世代ファイアウオールやネットワークセキュリティ製品を提供する米Palo Alto Networksの最高セキュリティ責任者（CSO）、Rick Howard氏だ。攻撃の巧妙化により、半分以上の攻撃が検知されずにすり抜けているとして、2014年に米セキュリティ企業が「アンチウイルスは死んだ」と指摘し、それがセキュリティ分野の関係者の間で話題になっていることも背景にある。