What you need to know about smartphones and mobile privacy

Friday 07th, February 2014 / 10:38 Written by

Smartphones can be dangerously insecure when it comes to protecting your privacy, yet a recent study found that 48% of smartphone owners don’t use a passcode to lock their devices. Whoever controls your phone also controls your virtual identity, so make an effort to protect yourself today. Check out our infographic below to learn more about smartphone privacy and ways in which your smartphone can be hacked.


If you are concerned about your mobile privacy then it’s a great idea to go set a passcode for your smartphone right now. If you’re looking for more sure-fire ways to keep both your online identity and your smartphone safe, don’t forget to add an extra layer of protection like our award-winning NQ Mobile Security app.

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