Wired Networking and Mobile Revolution

Mobile IP is the standard that allows Internet Protocol (IP) sessions to be maintained even when switching between different cells or networks. The success of the first smartphones quickly led to a proliferation of smart devices. The business community has taken advantage of mobile data as well – perhaps to an even greater extent than Wi-Fi. Even with the justifiable security concerns of BYOD, for many companies, it seems that the productivity boost is worth the trouble.

1. Describe the impact of Mobile IP on the economy and on business. Do the benefits outweigh the risks?

2. What device control threats, data threats and system access threats should companies should companies expect? Please provide examples to support your answer.

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