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Australian Prime Minister advised mobile phone users.

“We all have a responsibility. Simple things, turn your phone off every night for five minutes. For people watching this, do that every 24 hours, do it while you’re brushing your teeth or whatever you’re doing.” Well, this a very good advice, we can only agree with him. The only thing which needs attention is […]

Jul 1, 2023

“We all have a responsibility.

Simple things, turn your phone off every night for five minutes.

For people watching this, do that every 24 hours, do it while you’re brushing your teeth or whatever you’re doing.”

Well, this a very good advice, we can only agree with him.

The only thing which needs attention is that it only works with simple infections.
If you are a target of some “services” and they are using tools like Pegasus, you don’t have a chance to stop it this way. I think most of the people who are these kinds of targets, know how to manage their communications😊

Some simple things which you can regularly do to improve your security:

  1. Set the PIN code on your SIM card.
  2. Set the shortest lock time and the longest lock code you can accept.
  3. On your lock screen turn off as much as you can. 
  4. Uninstall unnecessary apps. 
  5. Think twice about what you share.
  6. Check your privacy settings of all the apps and services you use. 
  7. Get rid of your browser history, cookies, and site data.
  8. Lock down your device manually whenever you put it down,
  9. When you aren’t using apps, log out from them. 

About the Author

Jozsef worked as a CISO in a central hospital and in a school district. He is the founder and owner of Torotoro Ltd. He holds the following certifications: Security+ - CompTIA - 2023 Security Consultant - Ministry of Justice NZ - 2023 Certified Cyber Security Professional – Google – 2023 NZPA – NZ Privacy Commissioner – 2022 OPSWAT Certified Cyber Security Associate – OPSWAT – 2022 OSINT training – European Security Academy – 2021 Fortinet NSE – Fortinet - 2020 Virtual Agile Teams – IIL/PMI – 2020 ISO 27001 Lead Auditor – TÜV Rheinland InterCert Germany – 2019 NZQE recognized Level 7 General Informatics Diploma - 1996

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