fingerscanA unanimous decision delivered last month showed that even the grizzled justices of the Supreme Court respect the need for cell phone security, with the nation’s highest court ruling that law enforcement cannot access a suspect’s cell phone absent a search warrant. Yet all of those personal data are often easily accessible to thieves through hacking. A Consumer Reports survey in May found 3.1 million smartphones were reported as stolen in the U.S. last year, and only 47 percent of the owners had limited access through a pass code — a feature that users cited as “annoying.” More