When it comes to mobile security, Apple's iOS platform might get the nod over Android, according to security software maker Trend Micro.
Speaking to Bloomberg yesterday, Trend Micro Chairman Steve Chang said that "Android is open-source, which means the hacker can also understand the underlying architecture and source code." Apple, he said in the interview, has been "very careful about it. It's impossible for certain types of viruses" to run on the company's iPhone.
Chang specifically pointed to Apple's "sandbox concept that isolates the platform, which prevents certain viruses that want … Read more