3 Must-Have Security Gadgets for Mobile Devices

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3 Must-Have Security Gadgets for Mobile Devices

From trains and planes to coffee shops and cruise ships, we’ve got used to having access to the internet from almost anywhere in the world. The trouble is, it’s often too easy to forget just how vulnerable this can make us to security threats.

While internet security is much better than it used to be, there are still some things we need to do to make sure that we’re protected. For example, we should spend time making sure we only download safe and secure apps. There are also some brilliant security gadgets available to protect our mobile devices. Here’s a list of some of the most popular ones you can buy:

1.     Silent Pocket RFID Blockers

In most cases, pants and shirt pockets aren’t particularly good at blocking radio signals. This means that if you carry credit cards with embedded RFID chips in your pocket, then anyone with a scanner could access your card details without you even realizing it. And protecting your credit cards isn’t the only issue. Like the wireless RFID chips in credit cards, there are multiple wireless technologies built into our mobile phones: GPS, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, etc.

This is where Silent Pocket RFID Blockers come in handy. These products can block all different types of signals, meaning no-one can get access to your private information. They can be purchased in a range of designs, including wallets and mobile phone covers.

2.     Apricorn Aegis Secure Key 3.0

Have you ever left your phone on the train or accidentally dropped it while traveling to a meeting? With the right skills and enough time, anyone who has access to your mobile device can hack into your information and files, even if this information is password protected. While many businesses choose to keep all their data backed up on an online storage service like Microsoft OneDrive or Google Drive, many people worry that they aren’t yet secure enough to store sensitive data. This is why lots of people choose to use USB drives instead.

But what happens if you lose the USB drive? The good news is that if it’s an Apricorn Aegis Secure Key 3.0 unless the hacker enters the correct code, there’s no chance of them accessing your secure data. You can create a code that is between 7 and 16 digits long and because this USB is unlocked before you insert it into your computer, there’s no chance of software of hardware-based keyloggers.

Talk to a provider like Iconic IT for more information on how to protect your data devices from hackers. They will discuss your needs, assess your network, and come up with a customized IT plan specific to your needs, timeline, and budget.

3.     VYSK EP1 Privacy Charging Case

The VYSK EP1 Privacy Charging Case is an iPhone case that aims to not only protect phones from being damaged but also stop data compromises. They come complete with hard shell protection and include a range of security features. For example, it includes a shutter that blocks the camera lens when not in use. This case also comes with a privacy app that encrypts text messages, photos, and videos.

Lots of people worry about the security of their mobile devices, particularly if they store personal or sensitive information on them. If you use your smartphone or mobile device for work or to store personal information, then why not try out some of the above gadgets. They will help you to ensure that all your important data is kept secure from cybercriminals.