A smart phone. U.S. Coast Guard photo by Petty Officer 2nd Class Patrick Kelley.

What do you have on your phone?

Almost every one of us has a cell phone, smart phone or other electronic device we carry with us every day. Think about the things that we store on those devices – phone numbers of friends, family and/or co-workers; personal information like passwords; information about our place of work, where we like to eat and what we like to do. We use our smart phones to look up places to go, find our favorite activities and chat with friends and family. If this information gets into the wrong hands criminals can steal our identities, access our personal accounts and even harass us.