In this day and age, we are more vulnerable than ever. Not just in the street, or at home, but online as well. Therefore, we need to protect ourselves better, so we don’t regret it later.
(PRWEB UK) 31 July 2014
As reported by the article on The Telegraph’s official website, dated 04 Jul 2014: Smartphones and shoes are the new bomb risk, says US, in the future, “stealth” bombs hidden inside smart phones or shoes will be the new weapon of choice for terrorists who want to take down commercial airplanes, according to the US security officials. Security measures across all UK and US airports have been increased out of fear that Al-Qaeda intends to use British and other European jihadists that are in Syria and Iraq as suicide bombers. One of the most notorious bomb makers, Ibrahim Hassan al-Asiri, working for Al-Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula, is suspected to have developed a new type of explosive that could go on undetected by current security checks. Based on the information that they have, US officials have warned their partners to be on the lookout for shoes and smartphones, especially the hugely popular Apple iPhones and Samsung Galaxy series of smartphone. Additional security checks are already being performed on these smartphones on all American Airlines flight from Paris to Miami.
Private Investigators Plymouth (http://privateinvestigators-plymouth.co.uk/), after expressing concern about the imminent danger of terrorist attacks, have also pointed out that phone forensics is becoming more important than ever, and that’s why they have gathered of highly qualified and experienced experts which specialize in modern phone forensics. They are able to solve serious security issues, like the ones described in the article, but they can also help potential clients in case they have lost a username and password to one of the accounts they use on their smartphone, or in case they locked their phone. Also, smartphones are now a prime target for various types of espionage, where calls, messages, and online accounts can be monitored by a third party using spyware, unbeknownst to the owner of the device. In case you suspect your phone might be bugged or has spyware on it, phone forensics experts at Private Investigators Plymouth will do everything in their power and use their knowledge to protect your phone from attacks. Give them a call today, and communicate without fear of being monitored.
Chief investigator at Private Investigators Plymouth Aaron Lincoln, expressed his concern about how easy it is from criminals to gain to access to private conversations and data, used by individuals or companies, and benefit from it. He also went on to say: “In this day and age, we are more vulnerable than ever. Not just in the street, or at home, but online as well. Therefore, we need to protect ourselves better, so we don’t regret it later. Private Investigators Plymouth is here to help you do just that.”
Chief investigators Aaron Lincoln can be reached on the following number: 01752 936 198