Aussies Still Not Good Enough At Mobile Phone Security

According to a survey of 500 Australians by Norton, 41% of us use some kind of password on our phones. That’s actually pretty consistent with the last stats we saw on the subject, but still means a lot of people aren’t protecting the large amount of personal data accessible if your phone gets misplaced or stolen.

Setting up a passcode on your phone isn’t different, and we’ve offered a guide to doing that for popular phone platforms. A password isn’t the be-all and end-all of phone security, but it’s a sensible free solution that anyone can make use of.

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