According to Protect Your Bubble global director Stephen Ebbett: “Around five million 18-35 year olds will hit a festival this season, either on home soil or overseas and, for many, it’ll be the highlight of the summer. But, when you’ve had a few ciders, you’re up to your knees in mud, and living in a tent for a weekend, the risk to your valuables is higher.”A survey by Symantec found a similar trend – questioning young adults from 11 countries who had recently attended music festivals. One statistic stood out: 92% of music festival attendees were more likely to bring their smartphone with them than cash or their ID. Despite this, most didn’t have any safeguards in place should they have lost their device. Phones were used for everything from presenting their tickets to digital payments. Many, however, didn’t even password protect their devices. Symantec went so far as to say that people were more likely to have their phones stolen at festivals than on public transport.