Is your whole life on your smartphone? Don't put it at risk. Here's how to beef up security on your iPhone or Android phone. Is Apple ahead of Google?
The compact size of mobile phones and devices makes them easy to steal or lose. You don’t want some stranger checking out your personal text messages, photos, schedule, or accessing your online accounts like Facebook. If you use your smartphone for work, I bet your employer wouldn’t be happy if someone else was reading your documents, email, accessing the company Exchange or SharePoint servers, or connecting to the corporate Wi-Fi network.
In this article, we’ll discuss the security concerns you should have and how to protect your device and the privacy of your information. Plus we’ll cover specifics for Apple’s iOS (the iPhone, iPad, and iPod Touch) and Google’s Android platform.