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Nearly 95% of smartphones, tablets remain unprotected

Tuesday 25 September 2012 | 21:16 CET | News
Only 5 percent of global smartphones and tablet devices have security software installed, despite a steadily increasing threat from malware, fraud and device theft, according to a report from Juniper Research. The report forecasts that both corporate and personal users will begin to recognize the need to protect their data and the demand for mobile security products will increase over the next five years to a point where 1 in 5 mobile devices will be protected by third party security software.

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