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Security 101

The Evolution of Mobile Theft & Loss | MTLR 2020

The second edition of our theft and loss statistics report brings new insights on where mobile devices are stolen the most, and who is responsible for it.

by Nicolas Poggi

posted Mar 13 2020
Cyber Security
Security 101

Mobile Security With Real Consequences: How Secure Should President Trump’s Phone Be?

Every phone is a potential open door for hackers to steal information. If the President of the United States doesn’t prefer the secure lines -and risk revealing confidential information to spies- that doesn’t mean you should too, especially if you handle key assets for your organization.

by Norman Gutiérrez

posted Feb 21 2020
Security 101

4 Mobile Safety Travelling Tips for Globetrotters!

The key to having a worry-less trip is… Worrying a bit beforehand! Prepare yourself for your trip with four must-cover tips on how to keep your mobile, and its data, safe while travelling around the world.

by Nicolas Poggi

posted Aug 19 2019
Hacking Protection 101
Security 101

4 Ways to Protect Your Phone’s Data From Unwanted Tracking

Know how to keep an eye open for our privacy in your iPhone or Android phone, where apps and services alike relentlessly gather your every move to create digital behavior profiles without your consent.

by Nicolas Poggi

posted Jun 03 2019
Security 101

Where Does Phone Theft Happen the Most?

Did you know that those places were you feel more comfortable are the ones you are more at risk of having your phone stolen? Learn where, and why this happens.

by Nicolas Poggi

posted Apr 11 2019
Security 101

Your Personal Data, Your Right to Privacy

Data handling has changed, and privacy protection practices are just catching up! Sync up with them and act to recapture your right to privacy.

by Nicolas Poggi

posted Feb 21 2019
Security 101

What to Expect From Black Friday 2018

It’s only October and the online buzz is already conspiring around which devices will see the biggest discounts and demand, from 4KTVs and smartphones to laptops and consoles.

by Nicolas Poggi

posted Oct 24 2018