Mobile Security: Safeguarding Your Information

Author(s):

Caleb Townsend, Staff Writer, United States Cybersecurity Magazine

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Mobile security is a relatively new field in the world of cybersecurity. The rise of mobile computing calls for an increased vigilance in regards to our personal information. Smart phones and the like are now the standard. In fact, according to the Pew Research Center, 95% of Americans own a cellphone of some kind. The … Read more

App Access: Life Invasion

Author(s):

Josh Henry, ,

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Life Invasion: Your Privacy A problem that has been occurring for years is finally generating concern. 77% of Americans own smart phones. Majority of those people make the mistake of allowing apps such as Facebook to gain access to their camera roll. It all seems innocent until your private photos start trending and get into … Read more

Malicious Apps: For Play or Prey?

Author(s):

Josh Henry, ,

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Malicious Apps Today’s society is adapting to excessive use of cell phones and personal data stored in them. Federal laws have been changed to protect citizens from police authorities rummaging through our cell phones without the proper documentation. Considering that criminals have much less trouble adapting than lawmakers, they are usually one step ahead and … Read more