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  Smartphone giant Apple wants to thwart spyware wielded by governments against criminals and dissidents alike through an “extreme, optional protection” feature that lets users limit the functionality of their device. In a preview of its next mobile and desktop operating systems set for debut this fall, the California company unveiled “Lockdown Mode,” a set […]

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Nearly one in 10 smartphone users in the UK (9%), as many as 5.7 million people, have fallen victim to identity fraud in the last 12 months, according to a research by GBG. The report can reveal that young adults aged 18-to-24 were hardest hit with 18% becoming victims of identity fraud compared to 9% […]

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Every time an executive at your company enters an airport, mobile security is at a heightened level of risk. Of course, laptops, tablets and smartphones are vulnerable to loss, theft or attack all the time, everywhere. This is a constant challenge and source of worry for IT leaders. At an airport, however, the normal user […]

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