7 Precautions to Take Before Your Mobile Phone is Lost or Stolen

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Mobile phone security rule number one: Eventually, you will lose your mobile device. This can be a waking nightmare--but it's significantly worse if you're not prepared. CIO.com's mobile maestro Al Sacco offers seven must-follow tips.

Few things hurt more than losing your mobile phone.

Today's cell-phone user packs hordes of information into his handheld, and much of that info is sensitive: payment card data; passwords; addresses; personal images and video; private corporate information. The list just goes on.

BlackBerry Torch 9800 with Padlock (Image Credit: Brian Sacco)
BlackBerry Torch 9800 with Padlock (Image Credit: Brian Sacco)
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