PROTECT YOUR PERSONAL SECURITY: WHAT NOT TO STORE ON YOUR PHONE
These days, smartphones are just like wallets. You may already have your government IDs, debit and credit cards, membership cards, and other essential information stored on your phone at the moment. And while it’s convenient to carry all these on your phone, they are a risk to your personal security.
There are tons of different methods that crooks have adapted to. Security attacks have become quite common, from cyberattacks to NFC hacking to stealing your data with phishing links and malwares. And to protect your personal security, you need to remove some key things from your smartphone.
There’s no denying that it’s quite hard to remember all your passwords. And considering how easy it has become to crack passwords, you can’t just use the easy passwords to secure your account. But no matter what, you shouldn’t keep a master list of all your passwords on your smartphone. It’s a major personal security risk.
When you lose access to this list or if it gets into the wrong hands, you’ll experience a chain of security breaches. But how can someone get this list in the first place? Well, what if your phone gets stolen and the perpetrator gets access to your phone? In such cases, no matter how complex your passwords are, your personal security will be compromised.