If Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos is vulnerable to phone hacking, so are you.
In the last two years, security experts have seen a steady rise in hacking schemes. With ever-changing methods, hackers have the ability to access your personal data, bank account and home. In some cases, criminals can impersonate a trusted advisor or family member to get approval for financial transactions.
Surprisingly, the complexity of hacks is not the problem; it’s the ease with which criminals can access your personal information. Hacking lessons are readily available on the internet. Protecting yourself starts with identifying ways you are open to attack. Here are some tips for protecting yourself against phone hacks.