If you're new to the world of smartphones and tablets, you might not have given a second thought about how to use your shiny new device safely. Hackers and bad guys are everywhere. They're after your data so they can steal from you and make you a victim of ID theft, credit card fraud, utilities fraud, or worse. But not only can they do this through your PC or laptop, now they can do it all through your iPhone, Android, or Blackberry.
Don't let them!
Many ID theft attempts occur when you’re away from home and in unfamiliar surroundings. So when you’re visiting that coffee shop with friends, making a trip up town to do some shopping, traveling to London for the 2012 Olympic Games, or vacationing elsewhere this summer, think before you connect to that Wi-Fi network to grab your email. How safe and secure is it?
In "How NOT To Use Your Smartphone", computer security expert Rod Cambridge exposes the dangers of smartphone and tablet usage and provides solutions, tips, and advice to keep you one step ahead of the bad guys and help you avoid being hacked through your mobile device.