Android Security chief takes on malware "myths"

10/7/2013 | Quartz

Google's mobile Android platform is not brimming with undetected malware, according to the expert in charge of protecting it. Adrian Ludwig, Android Security chief, says the operating system's many layers of verification prevent all but a tiny fraction of malicious applications from getting to users, and he adds that erecting too rigid a barrier could stifle innovation and growth.

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