Latest update on the mobile data theft front – there have been 8.7 million mobile users hacked in South Korea – a shocking number any day!!

With the mobile becoming an easy to use accessory everyone wants to have their data at the touch of a finger… Apart from the traditional mobile theft you now have mobile data theft – where the mobile may be with you but the hacker can still steal your data. The best control for this – avoid putting valuable data (like bank passwords or credit card information) on your mobile. No matter what brand, no matter how carefully your mobile device is kept.

http://www.techgig.com/tech-news/editors-pick/8-7-million-mobile-customers-hacked-in-South-Korea-14031#.UBdysyzkbyk.email

If you feel you have placed valuable data on your phone but are not sure how to remove it – please contact us and we’ll help you in the process.

 

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About Chaitanya Dhareshwar

Chaitanya Dhareshwar, a Technocrat | CIO.

Member of various key technology and management organizations (IETF, ISOC, CSI)
with 14 years of technology management & advisory experience
has transformed companies from "stone age" to "space age". I build high-scale, self-sustaining, self-service platforms. Passionate about technology, innovation and creating killer opportunities that only great tech can bring. I've led teams from 5 - 150 people, and am hands-on with all forms of technology.

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