Join Ryan Spence for an in-depth discussion in this video Securing device access, part of Learning Mobile Device Security.
- [Instructor] Another security concern is…mobile device access.…Mobile devices will allow use without setting up security.…However, it is now common practice for device manufacturers…to nudge their users towards secure access,…especially when initially setting up a device.…The nudge means you must actively choose to be unsecure.…For Android, device access can be set through…swipe, pattern, password, PIN, or fingerprint.…On an Apple device I can set device access security…with a PIN, a custom numeric code,…a custom alphanumeric code, touch ID,…or facial recognition.…
Without security measures my device will be accessible…immediately after I turn it on…or wake it from sleep.…Although this is certainly easy,…it means my phone and what I do on it…are all available to anyone holding it.…This is akin to leaving home with your front door…standing wide open.…Leaving your phone with no security is risky in the extreme.…Pattern security makes it just a bit more secure…than no security.…It's easy to witness and duplicate…
- Risks of mobile devices
- Disposing of mobile devices
- Securing an Android device
- Securing an iOS device
- Mobile device management on iOS and Android
- Securing mobile device hardware
Skill Level Beginner
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Learning iPhone and iPad Securitywith Nick Brazzi1h 44m Beginner
1. Considering the Need for Security
2. Securing an Android Device
3. Securing an iOS Device
4. Security through Mobile Management
5. Securing Device Hardware
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