PC, tablet, smartphone, they're all inherently unsecure. All you can do is mitigate the threats with a low-risk strategy (patching, updating, anti-virus always up to date, low-risk behaviour, passphrase use, two-factor authentication if available etc.). If someone really really wants to get into your device, they will get in. This awareness may influence how you handle your data and which data you are prepared to process on Internet-connected devices and which not.
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