Your PC May Be Secure, But How Secure is Your Smartphone?

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It’s common practice to protect your PC from malware and viruses, but just how well are you protecting your smartphone?

In a recent F-Secure survey, we discovered that nearly one in ten Americans have had their cell phone lost or stolen in the previous 12 months! As smartphones become increasingly prevalent in our day-to-day lives, it’s no surprise that more and more users feel comfortable enough to store highly sensitive personal information on them, such as banking information and passwords. This makes smartphones prime targets for theft, and indeed, smartphone theft today accounts for 30-40% of all thefts in major cities according to recent reports.

So what can you do to protect your smartphone?

In order to respond to the growing problem of smartphone theft as well as shady data-stealing apps and phishing schemes, we’re releasing F-Secure Mobile Security for free for a limited time from the Google Play app store! With F-Secure Mobile Security, consumers can feel confident about the personal data they store on their mobile devices, as Mobile Security protects against mobile malware and alert the user of applications that could potentially be used maliciously. In addition, with safe browsing, phishing protection and safeguard to prevent children from accessing harmful web content and apps, F-Secure Mobile Security is a comprehensive solution to protect your mobile device from today’s security risks and threats.

Protect your mobile device just as much as you protect your PC – don’t miss this limited opportunity to download a 30-day free trial of F-Secure Mobile Security in the Google Play store! After the trial, users also have the option to purchase the app at a discounted cost of just $0.99 for six months. Download it today.

For future updates, be sure to follow us on Twitter at @FSecure.


This post is really related to recent smartphone security related concerns,, very helpful security guard. thank for download link.

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