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Despite the EU and French authorities saying that the app would no longer be used once the pandemic is over, many feel that this will simply not be the case.

A large number of cyber privacy experts from around the world have already voiced their concerns. Approximately 300, so far, have warned that this move by the EU could pave the way for a more invasive state surveillance program. This would prove to be a highly contentious move in the eyes of many in the EU community.

With the possibility of closer State monitoring, it’s not hard to see how trust between society and the State could be seriously eroded with this type of closer surveillance.

It again raises the questions as to whether manufacturers will be requested to ensure that a “backdoor” is built into any future OS. It is also worth noting that there are divisions across the EU as to which technology-based solution is the best one to use. With France and Germany in one camp, Switzerland, Austria, and Estonia in another, and the UK again in an entirely different camp, there seems little cohesion across the EU as a whole. This will make a successful outcome all the harder when international borders are finally reopened.

Criminals and hackers are finding more and more complex methods to obtain your personal information, from using Spyware to steal your keystrokes, to using weaknesses in unsecured public WiFi networks to gain access to your smartphone.

This means they could blackmail you or steal your money directly from your bank account.

But in order to truly understand the security measures you can take, which we will cover later in this article, first, you must understand the nature of the threats to your mobile security.

In this article we will be giving you:

Helpful hints and tips on how to keep your mobile phone safe and secure

What the hackers can do

What it is they’re after

You’ll soon see why it’s so important to keep your smartphone privacy as secure as possible.

There are well-publicized strategies that hackers can use to obtain your personal information from your mobile phone.

Methods used to steal personal data:

Riskware – This is where an app leaks personal data and information to their advertisers or organized criminal gangs as a result of the wide-ranging permissions given by users.

Malware – This is a term used to describe a type of malicious software that will include tools used by hackers such as viruses and spyware. These will then affect your smartphone in a way that will help the hackers harvest your personal information or even trigger charges.

Malware – A shortened term Mobile Adware, is a new word developed to describe programs that obtain a range of data that help to target you with more personalized online adverts, however, they are often downloaded and installed without the user's permission.

Spyware – Spyware is a type of software that, when activated, can obtain users' information and data which can include keyloggers that allow the hackers to steal usernames and passwords.

Phishing – These particular Apps work in a similar way as the old phishing emails that used to circulate by harvesting the information you put into an app believing it is genuine when it is in fact not.

Grayware – Grayware is normally not seen as particularly malicious, however, it can highlight a user’s privacy issues.

Browser Exploits – These are when known mobile browsers' security weaknesses are abused.

Spoofing – These networks are set up in public places and are designed to look like genuine wi-fi networks but can be used by hackers to steal information and data by encouraging the users to reveal their login information.

Unsecured Wi-Fi – This is a well-known weakness when using a mobile phone. Any public network that has been compromised by a hacker can provide them with access to a user’s personal data which is stored on their smartphone.

Lost / Stolen Smartphone – It can be possible for a criminal to gain access to a lost or stolen smartphone to be able to then steal and use the personal information held on it.








Business smartphone security is definitely not exempt from a hacker’s sight. Along with the reasons mentioned above. Businesses are sometimes targeted to eavesdrop on Company Executives to obtain trade and product secrets or as part of a wider Corporate Espionage campaign.

It has been long thought that the threat to business organizations doesn’t always come from rogue hackers looking to make some money.

Large businesses can sometimes become the target of a state-backed hack looking for trade or manufacturing secrets that will help them undermine their market.

In addition, the state-backed cyberattacks can be leveled directly at a nation’s political system, so undermining the validity of a national or regional vote and therefore destabilizing the democratic system.

Mobile security and privacy have a lot to do with trust. People choose to use certain mobile devices and download Apps because they believe the App developers and platforms they use will act in a way that they can trust, particularly with their data and personal information.

Unfortunately, there has been yet another example of how a company has breached that trust with millions of users in a very dangerous way.

Many smartphone manufacturers claim that the encryption levels on their devices provide the user with all the mobile security and privacy they need. This is not entirely true. There is a major flaw in the security and privacy levels that is focussed around third-party apps. This threat from third-party apps appears to have increased recently with the news that malware has been discovered hiding in apps available on Google Play.

It has been alleged that government-sponsored malware has been found lurking in apps that are available on Google Play. It seems that the origins are from Italy as some of the codings of the malware contain references in Italian.

The malware was uncovered during a collaborative investigation between Motherboard and cyber-researchers from the not-for-profit organization Security Without Borders. The researchers have discovered that initially, the malware shows as being an innocent app predominantly providing data that will help with activity such as promotions and marketing offers from local Italian providers.

However, and much more shocking, is the more serious harvesting of important data including the likes of:

Browsing history

App contact lists

Text data

Location data

Wi-fi passwords

And in an even more scary twist, it has been reported that the malware has the ability to activate both the smartphone’s camera and microphone remotely in order to audio, video, and screen grabs from the user. This is an incredibly insecure and intrusive turn.