The summer of 2010 was a unique period in our history when consumer euphoria about a revolutionary wave of mobile devices overwhelmed the supply chain, security professionals and wireless networks. The summer witnessed the introduction of a series of amazing and revolutionary devices including the EVO 4G, Blackberry Torch, Droid X, iPhone 4. Consumer euphoria about the new devices led to a surge in demand that managed to overcome a seemingly unrecoverable period of recession. However, the handset manufacturers and wireless carriers which introduced the products had hoped for even greater success. A series of security blunders, supply chain snafus and regulatory entanglements, battered brands and constrained what might have otherwise been even higher sales results.