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BYOD: Beware of Your Own Device—and the People Who Carry Them

by ID Experts

MedicalData

Mobile devices allow you to do amazing things: play Candy Crush Saga in a boring meeting, download your alma mater’s fight song, get the calorie count of the Costco-sized pizza you bought. … Continue Reading

How secure is that mobile app?

by Federal Trade Commission

MobileApplications

A long time ago, in a galaxy far, far away, people used phones primarily to call each other. Strange, huh?

Today, in this galaxy, many of us depend on our phones to take care of everyday tasks like waking up on time, keeping track of our calories, and sharing photos and updates. … Continue Reading

Is your Phone being tracked?

by Robert Siciliano

Tech Devices

The owner of your favorite restaurant may be tracking your every move—via your smartphone. Not because he’s a snoop, but because he believes knowing when and where you go for entertainment will benefit his business. … Continue Reading

7 Safety tips on the Mobile Internet

by Robert Siciliano

MobileApplications

It’s time to know all the ways you can make sure you’re safe when in mobile space to prevent identity theft. … Continue Reading

The New Net Cetera: Hot off the Press

by Federal Trade Commission

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This just in: The revision of the FTC’s free guide, Net Cetera: Chatting with Kids About Being Online, is hot off the press. The booklet has updated tips for parents, teachers, and other adults to use when talking with kids about online safety and digital citizenship. … Continue Reading

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