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Your mobile devices – including smartphones, laptops and tablets – are always within reach everywhere you go – the classroom, residence hall, or off campus. Mobile devices are often used for sensitive activities, including banking, online shopping and social networking. Some of these activities require users to provide personal information such as their names, account numbers, addresses, email addresses and passwords. While continued access provides us with more flexibility and convenience to stay connected no matter where we are, it can also make us more susceptible to exposure. The more we access the Internet on the go, the more risks we face on our mobile devices. No one is exempt from the threat of cyber crime but you can follow these simple tips to reduce your risk of being a victim:
Think Before You Connect. Before you connect to any public Wi-Fi hotspot, be sure to confirm the name of the network and exact login procedures to ensure that the network is legitimate. Using your mobile network connection is generally more secure than using a public Wi-Fi network.
Guard Your Mobile Device. In order to prevent theft, unauthorized access and loss of sensitive information, never leave your mobile devices–including any USB or external storage devices–unattended in a public place.
Keep It Locked. Lock your device when you are not using it. Even if you only step away for a few minutes, that is enough time for someone to steal or destroy your information. Use strong PINs and passwords to prevent others from accessing your device.
Update Your Mobile Software. Treat your mobile device like your home computer. Keep your operating system software and apps updated, which will improve your device’s ability to defend against malware.
Only Connect to the Internet if Needed. Disconnect your device from the Internet when you aren’t using it and make sure your device is not programmed to automatically connect to Wi-Fi. The likelihood that attackers will target you becomes much higher if your device is always connected.
Know Your Apps. Be sure to thoroughly review the details and specifications of an app before you download it. Be aware that the app may request that you share your personal information and permissions. Delete any apps that you are not using to increase your security.
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