Security expert: iOS users should safeguard information
Over 100 million people across the globe use iPhones, and over 55 million use an iPad -- and that's making Apple products a juicy target for hackers, but security expert Jake Dewoskin, of KDV consulting, says consumers can defend themselves by safeguarding their information.
On Tuesday, a hacking group known as AntiSec announced they had recovered 12 million Apple device IDs -- including President Barack Obama's iPad -- that they claimed came from an FBI agent's laptop. The FBI has denied the claim, but it is raising security concerns.
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In the past, viruses were spread on your computer by clicking on a link. That was the old school way of hacking. Now, the hackers are going after personal information that may be stored on a device.