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Ensure that your mobile devices are not putting you in harms way.

  • Be Cautious Public Wifi
    • Do not login to secure websites on public wifi since they are open to anyone, your personal information could be hacked.
  • Don’t Post Everything on Social Media
    • You could open yourself to being targeted by cyber criminals or home invasion.
  • Use Passwords
    • If your mobile phone or device is lost or stolen, your information can only be protected by a password or security feature that is enabled.
  • Keep Your Location Private
    • Most mobile devices automatically allow your location to be viewed by any apps that ask for it, unless you change the settings on your device.
  • Delete Unused Apps
    • Unused apps could be revealing your personal information to cyber criminals.
  • Turn Off Unnecessary Settings
    • Bluetooth and Wifi could be automatically connecting to other devices without your permission. If you turn off these settings when not in use, you’ll keep your device from being hacked.

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