Their piece of work can actually teach you more than a few things about the current state of malicious software tailored for smartphones, and most importantly, how to avoid having to deal with it. It brings out the most common ways of getting infected with a virus and all the potential dangers that getting so may expose you to.
With Windows Mobile and Symbian being the oldest and most well-researched mobile platforms, it is no surprise that they have been the victims of the most effective hacker attacks to date, according to the infographic. However, Android might be following their path right now as malware aimed at Google's mobile operating system has been skyrocketing over the past months. Even BlackBerrys, which are popularly known for being pretty tough to crack, are not bulletproof, as the Zeus Bank attack from 2010 goes to show. Apple's iOS has also had its fair share of malware as well since jailbroken devices are usually more vulnerable than stock units and many legit apps have been known for leaking information to third parties.
We would definitely recommend checking the infographic out as the information in there might prove pretty valuable one day, especially if you are not a smartphone guru.