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  • 1. social
    security
    By: Mackenzie Hill-Strathy
    Image by nouspique
  • 2. As of May 1, 2011, there were 381,062 apps available in the Apple Store.
    Image by Theory
    And 294,738 apps available for the Android.
    That’s 675,800 apps for just two carriers.
  • 3. Worldwide, over
    30 million
    apps are downloaded every day
    Image by liquidx
  • 4. Yet at the present, there is little to no
    anti-virus protection for mobile phones.
    Creating “a very attractive criminal playground.” – Rik Ferguson, BBC
    Image by shaggy359
  • 5. In March 2011, 50 Android apps were found to contain a virus called DroidDream. In disguise as ordinary apps, such as one that allowed you to play the guitar on your phone, the virus collected all data on the phone and sent it to a remote server.
    Collectively, these apps were downloaded over 200,000times
    Image by salendron
  • 6. The App Genome Project is currently studying 300,000 apps. The study of the first 100,000 has already been completed. So far they have found that:
    Image byaranarth
    One third of applications try to get the user’s location
    10% try to get at contact and address lists
    A significant number of apps use copied and pasted code
  • 7. Image by seandreilinger
    While it is typical for a family to have only one computer, there could be multiple smart and cell phones per family. Phones have become much more personal and thus, more widespread.
  • 8. Image by databhi
    Sympatico reported that last year there were over 286 million threats to computer security
    So imagine how many hackers will begin to target mobile technology…
  • 9. But in reality how cautious are we towards giving out personal information on our smart phones?
    Image by xadrian
  • 10. 78% are willing to share their gender
    75% are willing to share their email address
    65% are willing to share their full name
    (Survey done by TRUSTe)
    Image by darkolina
  • 11. Are we simply ignorant that our information is being stolen, do we just not bother to read those 50 page user agreements, or do we merely just not care?
    Image by Immagina
  • 12. Image by jon.t
    Surprisingly, more than half of app users say they have actually read the private policy before downloading an app
    However, In TRUSTe’s study of the top 340 free mobile apps, merely 25% had a link to the private policy.
  • 13. Maybe money is the binding constraint?
    37% are willing to share personal information in exchange for free or lower priced apps
    Image by alles-schlumpf
  • 14. The rise of geolocational apps only pose an increased threat to mobile security
    Yet still only 35% of mobile users are willing to give out their location
    Image by shapeshift
  • 15. iPhone users are most likely to give out their location, with 53% vs. 38% for Android.
    Most likely because iPhone users feel more secure. Anyone is allowed to post an app in the Android store, leading to a natural hesistation before downloading.
    Image by theOOBE
    Image by SaadIrfan
  • 16. "Over time, you get used to more…I think people are getting used to sharing more, and they are willing to accept that certain types of things that were private aren't private anymore. We also have certain expectations that have shifted because we just live our lives more online than we ever have.”
    – Michael Fauscette, IDC
    Image by Bright Tal
  • 17. Image by kk+
    But how can you tell if your information has been stolen?
  • 18. Deteriorating battery life
    Increased monthly phone bills
    Strange numbers appearing on phone bills
    Image by st a ge 8
  • 19. 20 million
    Right now there is a huge void in the market for mobile security which needs to be filled. From big antivirus companies such as McAfee to smaller telephone manufacturers such as Nokia, everyone is in competition to be the first on the market.
    Estimated to be spent
    by 2014
    Image by Stuck in Commons
  • 20. IImage by nouspique
    “It’ll take a little time for this to go mass market.”
    -John Stankey, AT&T
  • 21. All images are licensed under the Creative Commons
    Non-Commercial Share-Alike 3.0 agreement, and sourced from Flickr.
    Image by kk+
  • 22. Sources:
    http://www.mediapost.com/publications/?fa=Articles.showArticle&art_aid=150520
    http://www.nationmultimedia.com/2011/05/19/technology/Security-looms-as-growing-mobile-problem-30155683.html
    http://www.destinationcrm.com/Articles/CRM-News/Daily-News/Privacy-a-Main-Concern-When-Using-Mobile-Apps--75214.aspxhttp://appadvice.com/appnn/2011/01/number-apps-downloaded-day-reaches-30-million
    http://www.hardocp.com/image.html?image=MTMwNDg3MTk1OVhvMzJsWDRjYXVfMV8xX2wuanBn
    http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/technology-12633923
    http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/technology-10912376
    http://www.reuters.com/article/2011/05/18/us-summit-msecurity-idUSTRE74H1NM20110518?type=smallBusinessNews