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2/28/2014 The recent breach of the Snapchat user database has once again brought the importance of mobile device security to the forefront. While advertisers like McDonald’s continue to jump on board the popular photo messaging app (nice cardigan, Lebron), the threat still looms. Snapchat, claiming it has remedied the original issue, has a new concern – specifically one targeting the app’s iOS version that could crash iPhones entirely and prohibit users from checking out Mickey D’s new, bacon-tastic sandwich. The struggle is real, guys.

Sure, your mobile lifestyle is enhanced every day with the introduction of new applications, both useful and exciting. But, as you can see, the threats to your device, data and identity are enhanced as well.

With these issues in mind, ProtectCELL Chief Marketing Officer Scott McLaren recently took a minute to discuss the Snapchat snafu with Wired Insights and offered some recommendations for how you can guard your device against similar issues. Take a look… Add to Twitter Add to Facebook Add to LinkedIn Add to Digg Add to StumbleUpon Add to Delicious