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Why are physical SIM cards risky when travelling?

One of the coolest things about new technologies is how they're changing our user experiences. From being able to make, purchases right out of our phone with a credit card to having access to any information on demand by using only an app--we are experiencing some pretty incredible changes in this field! 

 

One downside? The risk for data breaches and unauthorized device usage has gone up too; something worth thinking about as we use these amazing tools that were once unheard-of just ten years ago or less than two decades ago.

 

The cat and mouse game between hackers, law enforcement agents, prosecuting attorneys general offices - all vying for supremacy in this field- is constantly at odds. But it's not just about protection; there are many other considerations to take into account when securing personal information like malware prevention or credit card numbers that protect against identity theft.

 

The far too common occurrence where sensitive data leaks through our phones make us aware of what can happen if security measures aren't put into place properly.

 

Technology is changing at a rapid pace, and when this happens to the mobile industry, it can mean huge changes in our security. Today we're going to take a look at how SIM cards could be used and compromised through various forms of security breaches. We'll specifically talk about eSIMs, which are new in the game but offer some great protection against hackers!

 

You may think that an eSIM makes you invulnerable to a cyber breach or attack, but the truth is it won't protect against all types of attacks. Here's what to watch out for and how not to get hacked!

 

What is SIM-Jacking and how does it work?