There are over 2 billion smartphone users in the world today. The enormous rise in the use of smartphones globally has also led to a surge in the usage of mobile applications. There are over 2.2 million Android based applications in Google PlayStore and over 2 million iOS applications in Apple's AppStore.
Wearable technology is most often advocated as one of the greatest application of Internet Of Things considering the fact that wearables have the potential to completely transform the way we live, today and in future. The use of wearable technology has been on a rise in last few years, and so are the security concerns that come along.
Smartphone encryption is a process of making your smartphone secure, and protecting its data and information from any unauthorized access. To enhance mobile security there are two main kinds of encryption that a smartphone can have to prevent unauthorized access to private information – one is aimed at securing the 'data at rest', and second secures the 'data in motion'.
Blockchain technology was first introduced in digital currencies or crypto-currencies (Bitcoins) in the year 2009. Blockchain technology goes far beyond the crypto-currencies, it is going to revolutionize the digital interactions in coming years. Blockchain technology will revolutionize the cyber security and has the potential to disrupt many industries.