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Mobile malware isn't showing signs of slowing down, which should be concerning to wireless operators as they are likely getting blamed for it.

According to Alcatel-Lucent (NYSE: ALU), 15 million mobile devices are infected with malware at any one time -- a number that's growing by 20% annually. And 65% of mobile users expect their wireless operator to be the one to do something about it. The problem has led Alcatel-Lucent to virtualize its mobile malware security platform, so that operators can more easily respond to attacks. (See AlcaLu Virtualizes Mobile Malware Security.)

Check out the infographic below, built by the vendor, to explain the problem and offer up its suggested solution.

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