Verizon: Mobile Malware Isn’t a Problem | WIRED
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Verizon: Mobile Malware Isn’t a Problem | WIRED

“We’re seeing that the exploits just aren’t happening,” said Bryan Sartin, head of Verizon’s RISK team.


The problem with this kind of analysis and result is that it just focuses on one element or attack vector in the security strategy. It does not address man-in-the-middle, where mobiles always communicate over public networks, or the actual communication apps and internal systems with mobile access.

The risk it that it takes people off guard and THEN you will see a rapid growth in mobile enabled attacks, not only device breach.

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Verizon: Mobile Malware Isn’t a Problem | WIRED