Apple has pushed out updates for OS X Yosemite, OS X Server, iOS and Safari, fixing a bucketload of critical and less critical vulnerabilities.
Secunia has taken an early peek at the trend in vulnerabilities for 2015, and has presented the results at Black Hat USA 2015.
At Black Hat USA 2015, Data Theorem and Yahoo! will be unveiling TrustKi, a new, open source security toolkit that helps developers easily include complex mobile security functionality, known as SSL pinning, on any iOS or OS X app.
NowSecure was one of the companies that caught my attention at this year's RSA Conference in San Francisco.
Starting with OS X 10.11 ("El Capitan") and iOS 9, Apple will introduce a two-factor authentication option that will replace the current two-step verification one.
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