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What You Need to Know About Malicious Mobile Apps

Posted by Helen Akers on Sep 3, 2020 12:29:24 PM

The Federal Trade Commission (FTC) reports that in one year alone, $57 million was lost through phishing schemes. Many hackers manipulate email, smartphone apps, online ads, and web browsers to gain access to sensitive data.

Although mobile phones and apps can be convenient ways to get things done, communicate, and be entertained, they can also come with security risks. Most recently, the popular social media app Tik Tok has come under fire for its questionable practices.

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Topics: security, apps, mobile, malicious

Mobile Commerce and What it Means for the Future of Shopping

Posted by Helen Akers on Jan 31, 2020 4:46:05 PM

When online shopping began to take off with the internet, no one could have predicted the role mobile shopping would eventually play in online sales. While e-commerce sales make up 10.7 percent of all U.S. retail activity, m-commerce or mobile-commerce sales reached 41.2 billion dollars in the second quarter of 2019.

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Topics: tablets, security, apps, mobile, shopping

The Hazards of Public Wi-Fi and 13 Ways to Avoid Them

Posted by Helen Akers on Oct 2, 2018 11:37:30 AM

Public Wi-Fi networks are everywhere, making it convenient to go online when you’re away from home or traveling. From coffee shops and fast food restaurants to hotels and schools, public Wi-Fi networks are prevalent and easily accessible. Even though they offer quick convenience, they can present multiple security and privacy concerns.

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Topics: internet, security, wifi

6 Symptoms of Smartphone Malware and Solutions

Posted by Helen Akers on Aug 7, 2018 5:29:03 PM

Protecting your smartphone against malware is as important as guarding your home computer against unwanted threats. Anti-malware apps are becoming increasingly popular as a way to prevent unwanted applications from installing. While malware infections are not as common on Apple iPhones as Android-based devices, an anti-malware application is recommended for both.

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Topics: Technology, smartphone, security