Technology is making boundaries between
industries more porous and providing
opportunities for attacker models. For
example, in the banking industry, online
consumer-payment products such as Square—
a mobile app and device that enables merchants
to accept payments—are challenging
traditional payment solutions. Free Mobile,
a French telecommunications attacker, has
captured significant market share by offering
inexpensive mobile voice and data plans, in
part by offloading some of its traffic onto the
home Wi-Fi access points used by its broadband
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