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Operators, governments, and regulators can work together to address a growing surveillance industry

Cyber-attacks on mobile phones are dangerous because they exploit the vulnerabilities of the network itself. To stop them, Ofcom needs help from governments and businesses.

“I really like the article in which Enea AdaptiveMobile Security’s John Hughes addresses the readership of the quite widely-read London business and finance newspaper City AM.

Advancing the cause of more (and better) investment in mobile security of course needs to be aimed at telecom operators and regulators. But as we know from the limited adoption of mobile signaling firewalls around the world, that will only get you so far.” ~ Patrick Donegan, Founder and Principal Analyst at HardenStance.

 

 

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