PHONE THEFT IN AMERICA
By Lookout, Inc.
Read
the
report
CHANCES ARE, YOU OR
SOMEONE YOU KNOW HAS
HAD A SMARTPHONE STOLEN.
Read
the
report
In 2013, 3.1 million American consumers were victims of
smartphone theft, according to Consumer Reports —
...
Source: Lookout and IDG Research survey of 500 American victims of smartphone theft. March 2014.
Read
the
report
Source: Lookout and IDG Research survey of 500 American victims of smartphone theft. March 2014.
Read
the
report
Source: Lookout and IDG Research survey of 500 American victims of smartphone theft. March 2014.
Read
the
report
REGARDLESS OF WHEN YOUR
PHONE WAS STOLEN, TIME IS OF
THE ESSENCE TO RECOVER IT
Read
the
report
Only 25 percent of phone th...
While 90 percent of phone theft victims take steps to
recover their phone, only 32 percent of all theft victims
are succes...
IT’S WHAT INSIDE THAT COUNTS
Read
the
report
Most likely, your attachment isn’t to just the physical phone, but
also to th...
Source: Lookout and IDG Research survey of 500 American victims of smartphone theft. March 2014.
Read
the
report
Source: Lookout and IDG Research survey of 500 American victims of smartphone theft. March 2014.
Read
the
report
While there isn’t one single solution that is going to alleviate phone
theft, the problem can be stifled with industry coll...
TIPS
Read
the
report
So what can you do? Smartphone owners can take a number of
steps to prevent phone theft and keep thei...
Place a pin or passcode on your device and download a find my
phone app like Lookout, which allows you to remotely locate y...
Be alert and be cognizant of the whereabouts of your personal
belongings. A distracted person texting, listening to music,...
If your phone is stolen, use an app like Lookout to:
• Find a lost or stolen phone on a map or make it “scream” a loud sou...
Immediately report the incident to the police and provide them with as
much information as possible. Next, contact your mo...
For more mobile security tips, follow
  
Lookout
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Chances are, you or someone you know has had a smartphone stolen. It's a growing trend — until we can build technological solutions to make phone theft less appealing and educate the public on how to stay safe, the issue is bound to keep growing.

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  1. 1. PHONE THEFT IN AMERICA By Lookout, Inc.
  2. 2. Read the report CHANCES ARE, YOU OR SOMEONE YOU KNOW HAS HAD A SMARTPHONE STOLEN.
  3. 3. Read the report In 2013, 3.1 million American consumers were victims of smartphone theft, according to Consumer Reports — that’s nearly double the number reported in 2012. IT’S A GROWING TREND
  4. 4. Source: Lookout and IDG Research survey of 500 American victims of smartphone theft. March 2014. Read the report
  5. 5. Source: Lookout and IDG Research survey of 500 American victims of smartphone theft. March 2014. Read the report
  6. 6. Source: Lookout and IDG Research survey of 500 American victims of smartphone theft. March 2014. Read the report
  7. 7. REGARDLESS OF WHEN YOUR PHONE WAS STOLEN, TIME IS OF THE ESSENCE TO RECOVER IT Read the report Only 25 percent of phone theft victims noticed their phone was stolen immediately, and roughly 1 in 2 victims noticed in the first hour.
  8. 8. While 90 percent of phone theft victims take steps to recover their phone, only 32 percent of all theft victims are successful in recovering it. Read the report THE SOONER YOU DISCOVER YOUR PHONE IS MISSING, THE HIGHER LIKELIHOOD YOU’LL GET IT BACK
  9. 9. IT’S WHAT INSIDE THAT COUNTS Read the report Most likely, your attachment isn’t to just the physical phone, but also to the contacts, photos, videos, apps, and data it stores. And when that information goes missing, you can experience anything from personal or confidential company data loss to fraudulent charges and even identity theft.
  10. 10. Source: Lookout and IDG Research survey of 500 American victims of smartphone theft. March 2014. Read the report
  11. 11. Source: Lookout and IDG Research survey of 500 American victims of smartphone theft. March 2014. Read the report
  12. 12. While there isn’t one single solution that is going to alleviate phone theft, the problem can be stifled with industry collaboration, technology, and widespread awareness for how to stay safe. Read the report THIS IS A COMPLICATED PROBLEM THAT NEEDS TO BE SOLVED BY TACKLING IT FROM MULTIPLE ANGLES
  13. 13. TIPS Read the report So what can you do? Smartphone owners can take a number of steps to prevent phone theft and keep their personal data safe if their devices do fall into the wrong hands 
  14. 14. Place a pin or passcode on your device and download a find my phone app like Lookout, which allows you to remotely locate your device, lock it down, and wipe it before a criminal can access sensitive or personal data. 1 Read the report
  15. 15. Be alert and be cognizant of the whereabouts of your personal belongings. A distracted person texting, listening to music, or talking on their phone is a prime target for thieves. Also, be cautious about leaving your phone out when you’re in a public place — even if you’re just running to the cafe counter to grab your coffee! 2 Read the report
  16. 16. If your phone is stolen, use an app like Lookout to: • Find a lost or stolen phone on a map or make it “scream” a loud sound • Remotely lock and wipe your data (before a thief has a chance to access sensitive info) • See who has your phone. If someone incorrectly enters your password three times, Lookout’s Lock Cam feature uses your phone’s front-facing camera to snap a picture of the culprit and sends that photo and a map of the thieves exact location to your email. 3 Read the report
  17. 17. Immediately report the incident to the police and provide them with as much information as possible. Next, contact your mobile carrier to file a report or insurance claim. Do not under any circumstances pursue a phone thief on your own. Vigilantism is never the answer. 4 Read the report
  18. 18. For more mobile security tips, follow    Lookout
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