Personally I have asked Bitdefender to add to the Enterprise Gravity Zone for 4 years no success
But-7 tips to keep your smartphone safe until Bitdefender adds to Gravity Zone!
Your smartphone stores a great deal of personal information. Let’s face it, your whole life is on that thing. You send emails and text messages, make calls, take and share videos and photos, use social media, shop online and so much more.
To make sure you don’t become part of a rising proportion of people targeted by hackers, we’ve compiled a list of seven tips to help you keep your smartphone and your data safe.
1) Keep your smartphone and apps up to date
Software updates protect you from vulnerabilities or loopholes that can be exploited. Install them as soon as they come up.
2) Delete unused apps from your device
If you don’t need/ use it, delete it. Old apps may have severe security flaws that can compromise your device.
3) Back up data
This action is essential in case of theft or malicious compromise such as a ransomware attack.
4) Stay away from SMS scams
Delete any unexpected SMS or email containing links to download something or ask you for personal or financial information, even if they seem to come from legit sources (your bank, delivery companies).
5) Hang up or don’t respond to suspicious phone calls
Scammers may also call you on the phone to convince you to reveal personally identifiable information, bank account numbers, PINs, credit card numbers.
6) Think twice before connecting to public WiFi networks
Public WiFi can face many threats, including theft of personal information such as login and financial data, especially if you don’t use a VPN to encrypt your data.
Use Bitdefender Mobile Security to protect your smartphone
No matter how cautious you are, you can never replace a security software tailor-made to keep you safe from the latest threats.
Find out more about the full protection of your iPhone or Android devices.
CEO MspPortal Partners Inc