Mobile commerce (mCommerce) security. An appraisal of current issues and trends
Ding, Melissa Soo and Unnithan, Chandana 2002, Mobile commerce (mCommerce) security. An appraisal of current issues and trends, in 12th Annual BIT Conference Proceedings, MMUBS Manchester Metropolitan University Business School, Manchester, England.
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Millions of data capable mobile devices are currently in use around the world enabled by the growing acceptance of Internet over wireless networks. However, security mechanisms still remain nascent. Security plays a crucial role in facilitating the level of trust users place on mobile devices and applications. To effectively diffuse the mobile devices in the marketplace, sufficient levels of trust has to be established in the underlying security of mobile devices and applications. This paper is an appraisal of recent issues and emerging trends regarding mobile security, within the context of conducting mobile commerce via mobile networks by individual consumers and businesses.
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