Halloween Playlist Moves to Movies but it’s Still Key to Stay Safe on All Mobile Devices

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We thought 2020 was scary, but 2021 has been just as frightening for mobile device security. Threat actors, or persons who want to sneak into your mobile devices and gain access to company and/or personal data, have only increased in number. Plus, their attack space has increased to all mobile devices because many employees work remotely and use mobile computers and tablets along with mobile phones.

In this Cybersecurity Month, many enterprise IT leaders are understanding that it takes an integrated approach to secure all enterprise entryways, and that integrated approach must include all types of mobile entryways.

But enough of mobile device security talk. Here’s our list of scary movies to enjoy for this scary month. Enjoy. Eat your favorite Halloween candy. And stay secure on mobile devices this Cybersecurity Month and beyond.


👻 Ghostbusters (1984)  

Stay protected from the threats you can’t see



👨‍👩‍👦‍👦 The Addams Family (1991)

Keep your family secure  



🦗 Beetlejuice (1998)

Kick unwanted mobile device threat actors out of the house



🙀 Rocky Horror Picture Show (1975)

No more security horror shows



😎 The Shining (1980)

Never trust someone who says “Wendy, darling, Light of my Life! I’m not gonna hurt ya.” 



😱 It (2017)

Don’t let it impact your security



🧟‍♂️ Frankenstein (1931) with Boris Karloff

Mobile security monsters are worse – lots worse



✂️ Edward Scissorhands (1990)

Whatever device your hands touch, it needs to be secure



🧒 Child’s Play (1988)

Keep the kids safe



🔪 Saw (2004)

Mobile device security is not a game



Have a great Halloween. Be safe. Be scary. But be mobile device secure.

Disclaimer: No copyright infringement is intended in this playlist. Everything belongs to their respective owners.


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