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Best practices for mobile security
• Lock the device with a password or Personal Identification Number (PIN)
• Keep your password information safe and use strong passwords for all apps on your mobile device.
System settings, downloads and software
• Install a mobile security app and update security patches.
• Keep your system updated by installing updates. These often include security upgrades. So, when prompted, update your system, keeping you more secure and your device functional.
• Log out of banking and shopping sites. It is a best practice to manually log out instead of closing the browser. Also, you should bank or shop with a mobile device on a secure Wi-Fi connection, not a public connection.
• Turn off Wi-Fi and Bluetooth services when not in use. Cybercriminals look for unsecured devices using those signals.
• Back up your data. If your device is lost or damaged, you could lose it all. You can either back up the data to a hard drive or the cloud. Apple iTunes has options for iOS-powered devices, while some have utilities built in.
• Do not hack (jail-break) your device. Hacking a device to free it from provider limitation can leave the device more vulnerable.
• Avoid sending personal information by text or email. Instead of replying with any personal information, respond offline by contacting the business to confirm its authenticity.
Mobile device security
• Do not leave your device unattended in public places.
• Use the lock function on your device and frequently change the password.
• Do not store financial information on your mobile device.