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Consumer Password Hassles Linked to Lost Revenue

"The number of consumers getting blocked from their online accounts because of poor password experiences is staggering," Transmit Security CEO and Cofounder Mickey Boodaei said in a statement "Customers are dropping out of transaction processes -- or failing to use a site at a...

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A New Approach for Blocking Zero-Day Threats

Cybercriminals use zero-day and unpatched application vulnerabilities to install data-stealing malware on corporate endpoints because these are -- and will continue to be -- an issue with virtually all software applications. ...

HTC Scrambles to Fix Android Smartphone Flaws

In a previous discussion with TechNewsWorld on mobile security, Trusteer CEO Mickey Boodaei said that Google and Apple should be able to react very quickly to new vulnerabilities and attacks in the field That speaks to the situation with the HTC smartphones as well....

The Future of Android, Part 2: Security Snafus

Many banks still haven't enabled mobile transactions on their websites, indicated Mickey Boodaei, CEO of Trusteer "Since online fraud is mostly a big numbers game, attacking mobile bankers is not yet a profitable fraud operation," Boodaei remarked....

Android’s Got Zitmos All Over the Place

Zeus and another malware package, SpyEye, "are the most malicious threats to financial institutions and their customers," Mickey Boodaei, CEO of Trusteer, told TechNewsWorld Over the past year, 72 percent of the 3.2 million desktops Trusteer's Rapport service disinfected were ...

Social Networks Are ‘Huge Boondoggle for Bad Guys’

<"From a pure security perspective, yes, we should," Mickey Boodaei, CEO of Trusteer, told TechNewsWorld. "However that would defeat the entire purpose of social networks, which is sharing." For example, people sign up to LinkedIn to get job offers and business offers, Boodaei...

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