28 Jan '14, 4pm

Chip Shot: Intel Security Encourages Consumers to "PIN it"

Intel is launching “PIN it” to encourage consumers to protect their privacy by locking, tracking and encrypting their devices. According to a study by Lookout, 113 smartphones are lost or stolen every minute. Using a PIN to lock mobile devices is one of the most important precautions consumers can take but, 30-40% of mobile users do not enable them, thus easily exposing passwords and personal information. Doubt a 4-digit PIN can save the day? Try your hand at cracking a PIN by visiting intel.com/PINit through March 2014 to win prizes.

Full article: http://newsroom.intel.com/community/intel_newsroom/blog/2...

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