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How best to find and fend off malicious mobile apps

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Beating back malicious mobile apps

This seven-question quiz will test you on the key points we've covered in the malicious mobile apps Security School by Mike Cobb.

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How best to find and fend off malicious mobile apps

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This quiz is part of SearchSecurity.com's Security School lesson by Mike Cobb on fending off malicious mobile apps. For more materials in this lesson, visit the lesson page; for additional lessons on other information security topics, visit SearchSecurity.com's Security School course catalog.

Check you're up to speed and ready to protect your organization from the threat of malicious mobile apps

This seven-question quiz will test you on the key points we've covered in the webcasts, podcast and articles in this Security School.

Next Steps

Gary McGraw discusses the top mobile app security issues, and why it's time to apply trustworthy computing concepts to mobile devices. Mobile app security problems happen. Here are six tips for avoiding mobile app security mistakes.

This was last published in July 2014

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Security School

How best to find and fend off malicious mobile apps

SECURITY SCHOOL SECTIONS

  1. Video
  2. Video
  3. Tech Tip
  4. Tech Tip
  5. Podcast
  6. Quiz

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That's a good quiz. Note: one-time training is not quite sufficient. People forget and simplify, so this needs to be done quarterly or bi-annually.
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