The Importance of Mobile & Network Security in Today’s Digital Era
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The Importance of Mobile & Network Security in Today’s Digital Era


What comes out loud and clear is that cyber-attacks are on the rise and cyber-crime is here to stay in today’s digital era.

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"The state of mobile security is in quite a bit of shambles too. This is enhanced by poor coding practices as well as human error, which makes it easy for hackers to find and exploit these vulnerabilities. This can make application security a big problem for enterprise security officers. This problem is compounded by the fact that mobiles are being increasingly used to access enterprise data, with the increasing trend of “Bring Your Own Device (BYOD).

In case such data is subjected to cyber-crime, it could wreak havoc for the organization concerned. This is because compromised mobile devices can increase the risk of fraud. They also are responsible for creating an insecure environment for businesses, applications, as well as transactions. Thus, the world’s attention is dually focused on increasing mobile security as well securing traditional computers from the prying minds of such shadow criminals.

Today, it is without doubt that there has been a major increase in cyber-criminal activity around the world. Each day, new apps are released to the apps stores in addition to the millions of apps that already exist out there. Unfortunately, the dark side of this phenomenon is that many of these apps are built by small organizations with limited access to security tests and minimal budgets, so the state of their security is questionable."

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