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Mobile devices are becoming more secure thanks to advancements in technology, but this trend has not stopped hackers from targeting businesses and other organizations.
In fact, there are more mobile attacks than ever before, with a new report showing a significant rise in attacks since January.
The new report, which was compiled by mobile security researchers from security firm iSight Partners and cybersecurity company Trend Micro, shows that in January 2017, there were 3,532 attacks on enterprises worldwide, which represented a 37 percent increase from January of last year.
That number jumped to 5,856 attacks in February 2017, a 56 percent increase.
According to the report, attacks on organizations increased from January 2017 to February 2017 by 7.5 percent, while attacks on businesses rose by 9.7 percent.
The number of attacks on business increased by 10 percent, with nearly 1,000 attacks occurring in that timeframe.
Security threats are a real concern, and they are no longer just the result of a few individuals breaking into a targeted organization.
In addition to the more than 1,300 new mobile threats that Trend Micro detected in the past year, there have been other significant attacks targeting businesses, hospitals, and schools.
The Trend Micro researchers suggest that these attacks are a sign of growing security concerns.
The threat landscape is rapidly changing, with threats like ransomware and phishing scams increasing, as well as new forms of digital fraud that are more sophisticated.
The attacks may be part of a broader trend where attackers are targeting businesses in order to extort money or obtain data.
While this report is relatively new, mobile attacks are nothing new to organizations.
The problem is that the threat landscape has become increasingly complex, and the number of threats being found in organizations is increasing.
The report notes that the attack landscape is expected to be even more complex and dangerous in the future.