Explore some of the newest features that can help you keep your device more secure than ever before.

Use a strong password: Make sure that your password is at least 8 characters long and includes at least one number and one letter.


 Always use a security app: Many Android smartphones come with security apps that can help you to keep track of your app usage, passwords, and other security settings.


Lock your phone when not in use: When you aren't using your phone, lock it so that no one can access it without your permission. This will help to protect your data and privacy.


Install anti-virus software: Anti-virus software can protect your phone from viruses and other malicious software. Make sure that the software is up-to-date and installed on all of your devices.


Enable Two-Factor Authentication: This will help to ensure that only authorized users can access your account information.


Change your passwords regularly: Most importantly, make sure that you change your passwords every few months or whenever you switch accounts.


Take advantage of 2-step verification procedures: Many banks and financial institutions will allow you to set up two-step verification procedures.


Set up an organization email address: If you work in a company, set up an organization email address so that people can easily reach you without having your personal email address at their disposal.


Remain informed about security threats: Stay informed about the latest security threats and cybercrime cases so that you know what needs to be done in order to keep your data safe and secure.


Double -check the security of your account: Double-check the security settings for your online accounts such as email, social media, and banking so that your information is safe and secure.


Monitor more than just your bank account: Check on other aspects of security such as your credit score, passwords, and credit card transactions to prevent identity theft.


Keep an eye on the news for any updates about cybercrime cases: It’s always a good idea to keep up with the latest cybercrime cases in order to know what needs to be done from a legal perspective.


Use a password manager: Using a password manager will allow you to generate unique passwords for all of your accounts, thus making it harder for hackers to crack your passwords.