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FCC offers up ten steps to smartphone security with new Smartphone Security Checker

FCC offers up ten steps to smartphone security with new Smartphone Security Checker
By Bla1ze on 18 Dec 2012 10:57 pm EST

Launching today, the FCC in collaboration with numerous partners including RIM have unveiled their new Smartphone Security Checker. The Smartphone Security Checker is your one stop solution for finding out how you can keep your mobile device safe and secure. Best of all it's free, easy to use and offers 10-step solutions each respective operating system out there including BlackBerry, Android, Windows Phone and iOS.

If you're interested in finding out how to keep your device safe and secure, be sure to check out the solutions available with the Smartphone Security Checker. Just because BlackBerry smartphones are known for their security doesn't mean you can avoid precautionary measures. As noted by the FCC, mobile security tips can help you reduce the risk of exposure to mobile security threats, something that is currently on the rise.

Learn more about the Smartphone Security Checker

Reader comments

FCC offers up ten steps to smartphone security with new Smartphone Security Checker


If you read one you've read them all. For most who are "plugged in" those points are already known. Too bad most consumers don't see these things and some won't even care. As far as platforms are concerned Android seems to be the only one with no links on how to do stuff.