Privacy is a uniquely important consideration on a mobile device. Securing your photos, location, and other critical data points is absolutely critical. Ryan Spence explores privacy options for location services on your iPhone or iPad. Understand what information is shared with developers and Apple through reporting.
- It is the nature of my mobile device to share…everything it can with anyone who asks.…Applications want to know where I am and what I'm up to.…Should I let them?…When I signed the terms, conditions and privacy policies,…I signed over the rights to all of the information…I willingly share from my device.…Therefore, it is critical that I know…what I am sharing and with whom I share.…This is accomplished from the Privacy settings in iOS.…Back in Settings, I'll scroll down and select Privacy.…
From here I see what applications I have allowed…to share data from my phone.…The list of applications present are Apple applications…that have the ability to share data…with third party applications.…Inside each application I will see a list…of any third party applications I've given permission…to access data from the Apple application.…The exception in this list is Location Services.…Location Services is a bundle of options…I can enable or disable.…Location Services opens data from GPS and networks…to share with applications regarding your location,…
- 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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