Today’s mobile phones have become more than just a way to make and receive calls, and, as such, their appeal to cyber criminals has increased. Mobile malware is now very much a reality and a growing threat. The truth is, malware can end up on a mobile device and it can be difficult for end users to know if they’ve been infected. This slideshow features tips, identified by Jaime Blasco, head of AlientVault Labs, on how you can protect your smartphones from possible attacks.
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