In recent years, the world has seen a shift from the desktop computers and laptops to more compact mobile devices. As hardware manufacturers started making smaller, powerful components to build up their platforms, phones were able to pack troves of data, multitask better, and render higher resolutions. Lo and behold, the mobile computing era has arrived. But, as with any new era, it arrived with problems of its own. Devices connected to a network
always present security liabilities.