Android has long been viewed as the less-secure mobile operating system compared to iOS, and Google's licensing changes to comply with the European Commission's anti-trust ruling can potentially make the ecosystem's overall security situation worse.
The privacy questions raised by Google's recent changes in how Chrome handles user login, but that doesn't necessarily mean the changes are nefarious.
There's a flaw in Android that allows an attacker to capture the MAC address and other information to track users.
Security in Android P is significantly different than in previous versions, as Google has added many new defensive measures.
Google’s new Shielded VMs help enterprises protect their Google Cloud workloads from attacks against the hardware and firmware.