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Introduction: Confidentiality, Integrity, and Availability Threats in Mobile Phones.- A Multinational Survey on User's Practices, Perceptions, and Awareness Regarding Mobile Phone Security.- Voice, SMS, and Identification Data Interception in GSM.- Software and Hardware Mobile Phone Tricks.- SMS Security Issues.- Mobile Phone Forensics.- Conclusion.
Dr. Iosif I. Androulidakis has an active presence in the ICT security field having authored more than 90 publications (including 6 books) and having presented more than 120 talks and lectures in international conferences and seminars in 20 countries. Holding 2 Ph.Ds his research interests focus on security issues in PBXs (private telephony exchanges), where he has 20 years of experience, as well as in mobile phones and embedded systems. Part of his research has led to the granting of 5 patents. During his career, he collaborated with Telecom Operators, National Police Cybercrime departments, the European Police Academy (CEPOL), the European Public Law Center, the the Southeastern Europe Telecommunications & Informatics Research Institute, Universities and Research centers, Vocational training institutes, and the Media and Private security consulting firms. Dr. Androulidakis has also acted as a reviewer in an extended array of scientific conferences and journals, as a Programme Committee member in 26 conferences and as a chairman in 8 conference sessions. Finally, he is a certified ISO9001 (Quality Management System) and ISO27001 (Information Security Management System) auditor and consultant.
"Mobile phone security and forensics are clearly of top concern to many users, service providers, and the business and institutional worlds. ... The device architectures as studied have in rare cases migrated into machine-machine communications devices (for the so-called `Internet of Things'); students and researchers from this branch may find useful inspiration about what not to do." (L.-F. Pau, Computing Reviews, computingreviews.com, August, 2016)