Your mobile devices aren’t a top priority for hackers, according to Chris DiBona, a software developer at Google, SC Magazine reports.
DiBona says despite a greater chance of getting a virus on your mobile device, you don’t have to worry about a cyber attack. He also says handheld devices are more secure than traditional computers.
SC Magazine reports DiBona says vendors are capitalizing on consumers’ fears by selling them products for
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