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Your mobile device is so much more than a phone or even a way to access the internet. Apps have access to you identity, your bank account, your personal and work emails (and documents!), collaboration services and many aspects of your work and personal life. Compromise of credentials or access to these apps may lead directly for harm to you (like identity theft, fraud or theft of funds) or to your workplace (theft of trade secrets, social engineering attacks, compromise of business systems / applications).
You should take the security of your mobile device seriously. Modern handsets are high-value targets for muggers and thieves, just for the value of the device. Any data the criminal can then use to commit further attacks on you or your workplace are a bonus, whether the thief uses them directly or sells them on through the dark web and other markets to be combined with other data at some future point in a more sophisticated attack.
Here are six things you can, and should, do to enhance the security of your mobile device.
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