Data Protection

Why so important to opt for Data Backup, Data Protection & Data Security Plan Common Wireless Risks

Mobile risks fall into several categories. Take a moment to consider each of these areas to identify where you may want to make changes in your own Mobile Device – Cell Phones, Laptop, Tabs ) use:

  1. Loss of device and information theft

    Phones are small and are easy to misplace or have stolen in a moment of inattention. In addition to replacement costs, lost, stolen and ’borrowed’ phones carry the risk of information theft. Abusers may use your accounts, address lists, photos, and more to scam, harm or embarrass you or your friends, they may leverage stored passwords to access and steal your money or run up charges, gain access to sensitive material, and more.

  2. Falling for scams

    The biggest mobile threats you are likely to face will be socially engineered. Whether it is a phone call, text message, image, or application to download, an incoming communication may be a scam, phishing attempt, or include malicious links.

  3. Oversharing

    Guidelines for protecting privacy, safety, and reputation when sharing via computers also apply to mobile sharing - with two additions. Mobile devices enable instantaneous distribution of information, and they may broadcast location information.

  4. Wireless networks

    Smartphones are susceptible to malware and hacking when leveraging unsecured public networks. W and IA Services providing your information, you consent to the collection and use of the information you disclose on W and IA Services in accordance with this Privacy Policy, including but not limited to your consent for sharing your information as per this privacy policy. The name and contact details of the Grievance Officer are provided below: