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Mobile Malware:  Finally hitting the moving target?

Having been a predicted threat for around a decade, 2012 has seen the true emergence of mobile malware.  Although still dwarfed by the scale and extent of the problem on other platforms, it is hard to deny that malware has now established a firm foothold in the mobile context. This presentation considers the extent to which users and organisations are now prepared to face the malware threat in its new guise, and indeed the extent to which the wider issue of mobile device security has received the attention it deserves.
Recorded Jun 21 2012 46 mins
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Prof. Steven Furnell, Centre for Security, Communications and Network Research
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  • Presented by: Prof. Steven Furnell, Centre for Security, Communications and Network Research
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