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Mobile Security
by brianc at 09:10 18/10/11 (The Clubhouse)
Mobile Security has become a hot topic these days. Is enough being done to secure our personal information? I would argue that no its not.
Why is the Industry apparently ignoring this vulnerability? Don't they realise the danger?

Do you know if your information has been or is being compromised? Have you been subject to fraud?

If you have a website has it been attacked yet?

Isn't it about time that we as IT Professionals come up with our suggestions to remedy the current situation?

We are all aware of the need for PC Security - but what about our Mobile Phones and Tablets too?

Have we been lulled into a false sense of security by fast talking Phone company sales personnel?

Now that Apple have new management, isn't it about time that Microsoft, Apple, Google, Twitter and Facebook lead the way and clamp down on the abuse of the worldwide phone network - the Internet?

What do you think? Is it time for Governments to take control or do we just meakly sit back and let the present situation continue?

Its up to you too.

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Brian Curnow 2011

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