- Click fraud apps pushed a 100 percent year-over-year increase in malware installed from Google Play in 2018.As threats to mobile devices increase, developing good security habits becomes even more important. In this article, we detail current mobile threats and provide tips on how to secure mobile devices.Three zero-day vulnerabilities were exposed after an attempted attack on a high-profile human rights activist’s iPhone. Apple responded quickly by releasing a patch to address the bugs.Cybercriminals are quick to cash in on the Poke-madness. Following the discovery of a malicious version of Pokemon GO app, a fake lockscreen app was recently discovered.A malicious version of the popular Pokemon Go app that comes with a remote access tool (RAT) was spotted. Here’s what we know.The results of a security preparedness survey reveal that more than half of organizations aren't ready to defend against online extortion and data breaches.Google has released their latest monthly Android security update, addressing critical security flaws. Here’s what you need to know.Developers of the Android-based banking trojan Marcher updated the malware, adding major banks in United Kingdom to its list of targets.Security flaws found in LG’s mobile devices running on a custom Android OS. The vulnerability can be exploited to steal data, install malware and hijack the device, and even completely ‘brick’ it.