With most people still sheltering in place for now, there’s never been a better time to get a jump start on your spring cleaning, especially with electronic devices. Considering most people don’t even consider cleaning out these devices, it’s probably been a long time since yours have received any kind of care. That’s why we…
When it comes to security for mobile devices, people need complete protection against malware and cyber-attacks. That’s especially true for Android products, which have encountered their fair share of security threats. But is antivirus for Android the answer to these issues? That’s what we’re here to find out.
Since more and more businesses are allowing employees to use their own devices at the office and to work remotely from other locations, forward-thinking companies have begun issuing “bring your own device” policies. Here’s what that means.
For whatever reason, many people are under the impression that their smartphones are impervious to cyberattacks. The source of this myth is unknown, but it’s certainly founded on falsehoods. To prevent your device from suffering an Android virus that renders it useless and steals your information, take these steps to security.
For some reason, many people are under the impression that their smartphones are invulnerable to cyberattacks. That’s a dangerous assumption, especially with the increasing threat of ransomware. To anyone who’s asked the question “should I encrypt my phone?” the answer is yes.