The hardware of modern mobile devices can leave users' data open to hackers. Sensor allow phones to read the environment around them. Ryan Spence breaks down the hardware components that enable cellular technology. Learn how the physical components function, in order to make the best decisions regarding security matters.
- Mobile devices are marvels of modern engineering.…Full computing power integrated with…a stack of technologies.…A mobile device is a breathtaking…powerhouse of data gathering.…The laptop and desktop computers of the past decade…empowered work and progress at breakneck speed.…The leap in production, communication,…and understanding powered by these systems…has been breathtaking, yet it was only…the early dawn of what was to come.…Consumer computers required human input.…
On my laptop, I work with spreadsheets,…documents, and email.…I design websites, record music, and manage my photo albums.…I input one set of data at a time manually.…I was always aware of the data I was manipulating.…My brain was able to keep track…of what was occurring on the system.…That changed with the introduction of the mobile device.…Smartphone hardware is designed to gather…multiple streams of data simultaneously,…and often continuously.…
This stream of data is then used by software developers…to present options to me to enhance my life.…
- Understanding mobile security risks
- Buying and disposing of mobile devices
- Setting up mobile passwords
- Implementing lock screen security
- Adjusting Android admin settings and iOS privacy options
- Setting up options to find your phone
- Securing cameras, microphones, and other hardware on your mobile device
Skill Level Beginner
1. Considering the Need for Security
2. Securing an Android Device
3. Securing an iOS Device
4. Securing Device Hardware
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