Increasingly, businesses are under pressure from the government about the increase in data privacy issues. Something that you may have seen a lot of recently is emails from companies asking you to confirm that you are happy for them to keep contacting you – this is because of the new legislation being put in place which limits the data that companies can store and for how long.
Many mobile users think that adequate smartphone security is a given, but with millions of data breaches every year, it’s time to think about improving your device’s security – here’s a quick guide to what to look out for, and how to protect yourself from hackers,
It is well known that the Blackphone 2 has been developed from the ground up to be one of the most private and secure Android based phones on the market. With its heavily adapted and improved mobile security and privacy features, the Blackphone 2 is becoming the smartphone of choice for Business and Organisations across the world.
If you have ever asked yourselves how secure is my phone? The short answer is not very secure unless you have taken steps to increase your mobile’s security. Passcode and fingerprint security and keeping your operating system updated will help protect you from nosy onlookers but they do not protect you from hackers.