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Personal data stored on smartphones by 50 percent of users

26
Sep
2017
Personal data stored on smartphones by 50 percent of users

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With more than half of the world’s population using a smartphone and with over half of the world’s web traffic coming from mobile phones, it’s understandable that 50 percent of users store their personal and private information on their smartphones, according to a Bitdefender survey* performed during April 2017.

Teenagers aged between 18 and 22 years-old are more likely to store personal information on smartphones (68 percent) according to the same study. However, 4 out of 10 smartphone users don’t have a security solution installed nor do they perform firmware updates for their devices.

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