Couple blogs/weeks ago, I posted What’s in Your Smartphone? covering the recent Nielsen report, State of the Appnation – A Year of Change and Growth in U.S. Smartphones. According to the study, 70% (last year) and 73% (this year) expressed concern over personal data collection and 55% were cautious about sharing location info via smartphone apps so, obviously, it is important that users are aware of the risks they face when downloading and using apps. So it is perfect timing that I came across Veracode’s infographic showing real world cases to outline the threat to user privacy posed by mobile apps.
Infographic by Veracode Application Security
Fascinating and scary at the same time.
- How Mobile Apps are Invading Your Privacy Infographic
- Infographic: How Mobile Apps Invade Your Privacy
- State of the Appnation – A Year of Change and Growth in U.S. Smartphones
- Nielsen: 1 in 2 own a smartphone, average 41 apps
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- BYOD–The Hottest Trend or Just the Hottest Term
- Hey You, Get Off-ah My Cloud!
- Evolving (or not) with Our Devices
- The New Wallet: Is it Dumb to Carry a Smartphone?
- BYOD Is Driving IT ‘Crazy,’ Gartner Says
- Consumerization trend driving IT shops ‘crazy,’ Gartner analyst says
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