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Instead of connecting to public Wi-Fi, use your smartphone as a hotspot → Accessing the internet with your phone’s data is more secure than doing so with the public Wi-Fi offered at places like coffee shops and airports. Hackers can easily invade these networks and track all the activity that goes on in them. So when you don’t have access to a VPN, use your 4G or LTE data before relying on public Wi-Fi. #SecurityTipoftheDay
Use Bluetooth in "hidden" mode on your mobile device | When you do have Bluetooth enabled, make sure it is "hidden," not "discoverable." The hidden mode prevents other Bluetooth devices from recognizing your device. This does not prevent you from using your Bluetooth devices together. You can "pair" devices so that they can find each other even if ..,
3 Tips for Better Android Security—Android is the most popular consumer computing platform in the world, used across billions of phones, tablets, smart TVs and other connected devices. However, its popularity and distinctive structure – under which carriers and manufacturers may heavily modify it – make it a magnet for cyberattacks.
5G technology - the game changer for the future! The top ten most viewed articles from IEEE Xplore in July 2014 are all on this most trendy topic. Now, IEEE ComSoc Technology News proudly presents the October special issue on 5G. This year, the IEEE Communications Magazine published two special issues, entitled “5G Wireless Communication Systems: Prospects and Challenges.” There are total of 18 technical articles along with a guest editorial by the guest editors: John Thompson ...
There’s been enough noise and attention given to the increasingly prevalent threats of malware, hacking attacks and phishing in an organization’s computer systems, and heavy investment is made on protective cybersecurity walls. However, the fact that the seemingly innocuous mobile phone can provide access to critical official and personal data is, sometimes, underplayed. Mobile phones have heightened risk of phishing, simply because they provide multiple entry points: games, apps, social medi...
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