1. Ignoring Software Updates

Often software updates are used to patch weaknesses in security or to counteract any potential new threats.

2. Using Public WiFi Networks

Any information that you send or receive via a public WiFi is available to anyone who has the knowledge of how to find it.

3. Click on Dangerous Links

According to research by the RSA, users are three times more likely to fall for phishing scams on their smartphone than they are on their computer.
1. Ignoring Software Updates

Often software updates are used to patch weaknesses in security or to counteract any potential new threats.

2. Using Public WiFi Networks

Any information that you send or receive via a public WiFi is available to anyone who has the knowledge of how to find it.

3. Click on Dangerous Links

According to research by the RSA, users are three times more likely to fall for phishing scams on their smartphone than they are on their computer.

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