The smartphone theft industry is booming. A new study found that 10 percent of smartphone owners in the U.S. have been victims of phone theft, and nearly 70 percent could not recover their device.
If you ask IT professionals what's keeping them up at night -- the answer you'll hear loud and clear is mobile security, according to the Good Technology Mobility Index report for Q1 2014.
Future Tense Central, a privacy-centric company led by John McAfee, unveiled what the company calls a "highly secure" private messaging app called Chadder during the Imagine RIT festival.
As the Heartbleed bug fallout continues, McAfee is rolling out a free tool to help the millions of affected users detect how susceptible they are to its potentially dangerous impact.
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