Security breaches in mobile: The worst of 2011-2012 (so far)

The latest edition of Symantec's Internet Security Threat Report, which examines various security risks over the past year, found an overall increase in malware and other threats. While the majority of security threats still affect PCs, the report shows a steady increase in mobile malware. It's clear that the issue of mobile security is gaining prominence, and those in the industry will need to be aware of the situation. Thus, FierceMobileContent looked at some of the major security threats from the past year and how they've affected the mobile experience. How have vendors, carriers and users changed their behavior to prevent and prepare for future attacks? Special report

Android malware
Apple's location tracking
Carrier IQ
Facebook's flaw
O2's mobile numbers
Path's plist

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