Your smartphone will (eventually) be hacked

18 Sep

“The money is in mobile, and that’s where they’re moving,” said Stu Sjouwerman, CEO of KnowBe4, a security training company. “Malware on mobile phones is going to be as prevalent as on the PC. It’s inevitable, unfortunately.”

Smartphones have become personal computers that travel around with us at all times. Mobile attacks are difficult, and the smartphone space may never be as homogeneous as the PC market, but crooks follow the cash. As smartphones become our primary devices, the cybercriminals’ motivation for targeting them grows. All it will take is one slip up by Apple (AAPL, Fortune 500) or Google.




Makaseh would make all transactions from a mobile device or ATM secure and impregnable.

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