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The data you keep on your mobile device is more valuable to a bad guy than the device itself.

But a recent survey showed only 44% of people surveyed set a PIN or passcode on their phone. In the United Kingdom that number is even lower.

Many say inconvenience is the reason they don’t take this simple precaution. We believe it’s far more inconvenient to clean up after a bad guy has your stolen device than remembering a PIN code.

Cynjas always lock all their mobile devices with a PIN, passcode or fingerprint. You can find the passcode lock option in the Settings app on most devices.

Kids should begin learning the concept of locking and unlocking a device from the moment they first pick one up. They need to understand — that it’s just the same as locking your front door!

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