PSafe Blog – 2.8.19 (2.5.19)
Is a smartphone antivirus necessary? Although many still wonder about the importance of having a security application on the device, the numbers of cyber attacks in the US shows that having an antivirus installed is vitally important. According to dfndr lab, PSafe’s research facility specializing in digital security, in the third quarter of 2018 alone, 5.3 million cyber attacks were recorded. Compared to American population data, as generated by the US Census Bureau, this means that approximately 65% of Americans were potentially at risk to encounter malicious links in this period.
Read more: Is the dfndr security App Reliable?
PSafe Blog – 2.7.19 (2.5.19)
February 5 is Safer Internet Day (SID), an international effort to promote internet safety with a strong focus on protecting children and teens online. Find out what you can do to help protect your personal information and family while using the internet.
Read more: 5 Ways to Keep Your Family Safe
PSafe Blog – 2.4.19
Sexy selfies are a way to express yourself and share a titillating moment with a potential partner or someone new and exciting. Whatever your reasons for wanting to share pictures of yourself, you no doubt want to get the best possible photo. Here are some tips to get the sexiest selfie.
Read more: 5 Tips to Taking a Sexy Selfie – PSafe Blog
PSafe Blog – 2.1.19 (1.28.19)
Is your Android phone acting strangely? Learn the symptoms of a malware infected phone and how to remove it!
Read more: Video: How to Remove Viruses From Your Phone
PSafe Blog – 10.28.18 (10.25.18)
The U.S. heads into the midterm elections in the next few weeks with the nation deeply divided over the current administration and many of its controversial policies. With both sides of the political spectrum at odds, there is an even bigger push to get the public to the polls to vote in November. Many candidates from both sides of the political aisle will utilize campaign staffers to work the phones in hopes of encouraging a larger voter turnout. Unfortunately, that means there will be a significant rise in unwanted calls in the coming weeks. Have you experienced these yet?
Read more: How to Block Spam Political Calls