Nokia reports 400% increase in malware infection rates, mostly on Android smartphones34
Unsurprisingly, Android phones and tablets are most vulnerable, for Android is the world's most popular operating system (yes), and therefore most targeted by attackers. In an interesting twist, infections among Windows PCs have fallen, which illustrates the overwhelming switch from PC to mobile.
What's also worrying is that the security of emerging Internet of Things (IoT) devices is becoming a point of concern, with targeted Denial of Service (DDoS) attacks disrupting their ability to connect to their network and function. Nokia proposed network-based security solutions in order to mitigate this.
The full Threat Intelligence Report can be accessed here, though Nokia requires a registration.
source: Nokia via Android Headlines