“The pandemic has revolutionized the way we communicate. Gone are the days when we had to get off the couch to talk with coworkers and employees. Nowadays, you just need access to a cell phone to Zoom, send emails, and schedule meetings. This convenience comes at a price, though.

With over 15 billion cell phones in the world, it’s no wonder that malicious actors turn to mobile devices to steal data and private information. Remote work and BYOD cultures have paved an even easier path for hackers to target enterprise employees. One of the most damaging attacks: mobile phishing.”

Source: Security Boulevard, 2022.




This blog content tries to help on understanding some basic aspects of mobile security and how to use them day-by-day.

Initially, the images bellow give some important hints when using your device outside home.

They were published by National Security Agency (USA).