Hacking with smart phones

    Date06 Mar 2007
    Posted ByBenjamin D. Thomas
    You're at a conference outside the office when your smart phone receives a sensitive e-mail projecting your company's fiscal health for the next six months, with details of a top-secret project that will rock Wall Street. You know enough to not read the message, so you save it. But later, back at the office, your boss is outraged; a competitor has just announced the very same project and is now reaping the stock price rewards that come with being the first to announce it. You remember that a representative of this competitor was seated just across the conference table from you. No one in the room had a laptop, only their smart phones.

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