Still, according to Juniper Research, almost 1.3 billion mobile devices will have security software installed by 2018.
Despite security concerns, a surprisingly small number of companies blacklist or whitelist applications on mobile devices.
95.6 percent use open, public Wi-Fi connections at least once a week to carry out work-related tasks, and 34.2 percent do so at least 20 times a week.
A variety of fake game downloads infect users with Trojan.AndroidOS.Generic.A, a Boxer variant designed to send text messages to premium numbers.
Still, mobile devices were the source of more confidential data leaks over the past year than phishing attacks, employee fraud or corporate espionage.
The monitor and the wireless router it was connected to were both password-protected.
The vulnerability lies in a component of Android responsible for generating secure random numbers.
The company expects that number to exceed one million by the end of the year.
Infonetics expects the market to surge from $41 million in 2012 to $363 million in 2017.
When is an Android security flaw a good thing? When it makes us safer, says researcher during his Black Hat presentation.
Researchers from Georgia Institute of Technology disclose potential new vulnerability in Apple devices.
91 percent of popular iOS apps exhibit at least one risky behavior, compared to 80 percent of popular Android apps.