How To Protect Android Device From Malware

Some malware will cause a device to automatically send out SMSes which might incure extra costs to the user’s account. You should see how to stop malware below;

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Contained in this write up is a comprehensive guide on how to protect Android device from malware. See how to protect Android from Malware

Mobile malware is on the rise and i know a lot of you have been battling with all sorts of malware on your Android device. Engris this and that have stopped working, bla bla!!! Contained in this write up is a comprehensive guide on how to protect Android device from malware.

Mobile malware are created just for the purpose of generating income for cybercriminals. Do you know that some of these malware can go as far as monitoring all banking transactions and also gathering of sensitive details like passwords and account numbers. Some malware will cause a device to automatically send out SMSes which might incure extra costs to the user’s account.

“The risk to you as a mobile user is obvious, fraud. If you are using your device for work, such as sending and receiving emails or accessing the corporate network and you don’t take adequate security precautions, you are putting the company’s network and data at risk. The risks include fraud, compromise of data security, data theft and reputational damage. Very often, it is device users who are their own worst enemies,” says Michael Morton, mobile security expert at Securicom.

He says mobile devices are like computers and need to be protected in the same way. For companies, an effective mobile management solution has become essential for mitigating malware related risks and protecting data generated, stored and shared on mobile devices.

HOW TO PROTECT ANDROID DEVICE FROM MALWARE

Morton offers this advice for mobile device end users:

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1. Only download applications from reputable sites recommended by your operating system provider. Understand that applications or games downloaded from third party stores or websites could be malicious.

2. Install a mobile security application. There are many forms of free Anti-virus applications that can be downloaded from the apps stores. These applications will scan your device and applications and report on any malicious or suspect behaviour.

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