If you choose to use your own device at work, your employer does not have the ability to wipe your device clean remotely unless they use mobile device management (MDM). If your device gets lost or stolen, a hacker may be able to access your device and whatever sensitive information it contains about your company. […]
Hackers can use public charging stations to install malware on your device, so we recommend never using a public phone charger. However, if you are out and your phone is about to die, you may feel as though you don’t have any other choice. If you invest in a portable phone charger and keep it […]
If you have an Android phone, consider using Frost for your internet browsing, especially when conducting research on private topics. Frost automatically blocks pop-ups and most ads, and it wipes your browser history as soon as you close the application. Additionally, you will need to enter a password in order to access any bookmarks or […]
Whether for fun or functionality, somewhere along the lines, it’s possible that you replaced the default keyboard on your Android device. If you’re not 100% sure that the software you’re using is secure, consider switching back to the standard. In Settings, navigate to the General tab, then select “Language & keyboard.”
Before downloading an app, conduct research to confirm the app is genuine. Checking the legitimacy of an app may include such thing as: checking reviews, verifying the legitimacy of the app store, and comparing the app sponsor’s official website with the app store link to confirm consistency. Many apps from untrusted sources contain malware that […]
Review the permissions each mobile app has on your device. Ensure your installed apps only have access to the information they need and remove unnecessary permissions from each app. Consider removing apps with excessive permissions. Pay special attention to apps that have access to your contact list, camera, storage, location, and microphone.
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