This sponsored post is produced by Ryan Disraeli, the VP of fraud services at TeleSign.
Something happened to our phones, and it’s not just a change in size and functionality. It’s a complete transformation in everyday life — and certainly in how we identify ourselves.
To say that most of us are attached to our phones is like saying we think oxygen is a handy substance to have around. Most of us couldn’t get by without our phones; we have them on all the time, never share them, and don’t even turn them off when we go to bed. You can measure our dependence by the feeling of panic when we think we’ve lost it somewhere.