CBC radio interview – Smart phone thefts on the rise !

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Smart phone thefts on the rise Got a chance to talk with CBC radio about the rise of smartphone thefts, the data that’s on the devices, and how to protect it.

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is4profits.com says, Because greater functionality is built-in, smartphones can do things much more quickly than their standard mobile phone and PDA precursors.

  • Keeping you organised – smartphone handsets can function as personal organisers, with electronic diaries, contact lists, and automatic reminders.
  • Flexible working – as with a PDA, you can use your smartphone to take notes, review and edit your appointments, contacts and documents, all while you’re on the move.
  • Information at your fingertips – more and more services are being made available on smartphones, from access to maps, satnav and directions to television transmissions with news coverage or weather reports to traffic information and scheduling alerts – which means your business can always stay one step ahead of what’s going on.

 

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Terry Cutler

I’m Terry Cutler, the creator of Internet Safety University, an educational system helping to defend corporations and individuals against growing cyber threats. I’m a federal government-cleared cybersecurity expert (a Certified Ethical Hacker), and the founder of Cyology Labs, a first-line security defence firm headquartered in Montréal, Canada. In 2020, I wrote a bestselling book about the secrets of internet safety from the viewpoint of an ethical hacker. I’m a frequent contributor to National & Global media coverage about cyber-crime, spying, security failures, internet scams, and social network dangers families and individuals face daily.