Five Strategies to Combat Cybersecurity Risks Associated with Mobile Phones

In the digital age, everyone has a personal assistant. Yes, we are all accompanied by our smartphones wherever we go. They wake us up, keep track of our daily activities, and even remind us of upcoming events. We rely on our smartphones so much that we even trust them by storing all our confidential data. However, have you ever thought about its safety? Mobile phones, especially smartphones, are vulnerable to cyber threats. This can lead to data breaches and destruction of the device. So how do you protect mobile devices from these threats? Let’s seek the advice of an expert.

We sought advice from Integrated Axis Technology Group, a 2022 ThreeBestRated® Computer services company in Tucson, Arizona, to combat mobile threats. They shared the following strategies to combat cybersecurity risks associated with mobile devices:

  1. Use password and biometric authentication when available.
  2. For any app on the phone that supports 2FA (Banking, Facebook, etc.), make sure you are configured to use this feature.
  3. Use mobile device management (MDM) solutions such as JAMF, Meraki, ManageEngine.
  4. Make sure mobile devices are encrypted.
  5. Use password management software.

Mobile phones are constantly attacked by viruses through various online apps and websites. It is imperative to respect the security measures.

About Integrated Axis Technology Group – Tucson

Integrated Axis Technology Group has been providing IT services to Arizona businesses for over 20 years. They serve a wide range of industries, including healthcare, financial practices, legal practices, education, nonprofits, and more.

Over the past two decades, Integrated Axis Technology Group has helped many companies in different verticals thrive by keeping their technology safe, secure and up-to-date. They also understand that not every company can have its own IT department, so their team can fulfill this role, often at a fraction of the cost of a full-time employee.

This is a 100% locally owned and operated business. They are proud to contribute to our Arizona communities by ensuring that a significant portion of their income and employee expenses stays here in Arizona. “We are extremely proud to have engaged our employees in becoming an employee-owned company. Through our ESOP program, all of our employees can share in our success, further motivating them to provide excellent customer service,” said Rob Hoose, COO of the company.

The Integrated Axis Technology Group team always treats its customers with CARE – Customer Focus, Accountability, Respect, and Excellence, which is the cornerstone of their business.

After winning the ThreeBestRated® 2022 award for Best IT Services, Rob Hoose said, “We are delighted to be a top three rated company as it gives potential customers peace of mind when choosing a managed IT service provider. Our many positive reviews on Google are a testament to our team’s hard work to ensure our customers’ technology is always up and running safely. Being listed in the top three ratings helps us help more businesses thrive in our community. »

Their team offers bespoke IT solutions and 24/7 support to help businesses manage their day-to-day tasks. To contact them, go to –

About ThreeBestRated

Three Best Rated® was created in 2014 for the simple purpose of finding the top 3 local businesses, professionals, restaurants, healthcare providers, and everything in between, in any city. Each company is meticulously hand-picked by our employees. We check reputation, history, complaints, ratings, proximity, satisfaction, trust, cost, general excellence, reviews, etc. company, using our 50-point inspection. We only display companies verified by our employees. Other places will call it “hard work” and “unnecessary”. We call it ‘due diligence’ and ‘the right thing to do’. Our website is updated regularly for quality and the latest business information.

Three Best Rated has the honor of helping 4 million customers every month find the best businesses in any city – effortlessly!

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