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Which Mobile Devices Are More Vulnerable to Hackers, Smart Phones, iPads, or Laptops?
Gregory F. Daniels
In today’s society, there are deficiencies which makes our technology vulnerable to hackers receiving and obtaining information. We will discuss which mobile device is more vulnerable to be infiltrated in your business and for your personal use. We will identify what risk the person assumes by having the device and how can we protect the device from being hacked by other people. By having these mobile devices, what will happen if important information is compromised if you are using it for your business and how can you safeguard your business from future hackers who are using your information for their personal gain. We will discuss the origin of each mobile device, when it was created and why it is being used for society today. By providing research from articles, newspapers and published books, we will decide which mobile device is better to have secured information stored and protected from hackers obtaining it.
Today with terrorist threats coming in all forms it is important to realize mobile devices may be an important factor on how hackers may infiltrate information. These individuals may obtain information to use in ways which may devastate our technology or hurt the individual whom possesses the device credit worthiness , financially or even physically if it used by someone other than its rightful user. Numerous studies over the past couple of years have been researched to help answer some basic questions. Of the three mobile devices mentioned, Smart Phone, iPads or Laptops which can be more vulnerable to hackers and why would they attempt to use this device compared to the others. According to Agam Shah (2011), the the most important device is the smart phone which has become more popular because of its advanced hardware and being offered some basic computer functions such as emails, web browsing which was recently...
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