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Security and Accessibility
Works Cited
Courter, E. (2012). Mobile security still a race between bad guys and good guys. Credit Union
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Crosman, P. (2014, Jun 16). First major mobile banking security threat hits the U.S. American
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Patten, K. P., & Harris, M. A. (2013). The need to address mobile device security in the higher
education IT curriculum. Journal of Information Systems Education, 24(1), 41-52.
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