Compromised Connections: Overcoming Privacy Challenges of the Mobile Internet

Cover: Compromised Connections

Compromised Connections is a brief introduction to emerging security issues facing mobile phones in development. It recommends safety measures that can be quickly adopted – from device safety to data security – and points to resources that may be useful for people interested in following future developments. Ultimately, it advocates a "mobilefirst” approach: adoption of an information management strategy that prioritizes the safety of mobile devices and their users.

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