Mobile ransomware is the fourth or fifth most common type of mobile malware. Just like desktop ransomware, these attacks can lock your screen, encrypt your files, and even force you to buy a new phone. Nowadays, smartphones hold more personal, private, and even corporate information than any of your other devices, so it’s important to be mindful of the threats that could harm them, including mobile ransomware. Here’s how to keep your, and your employees’, most valuable devices safe.