Join Ryan Spence for an in-depth discussion in this video Securing device access, part of Learning Mobile Device Security.
- [Instructor] With our device in hand,…and our Google account set up,…we're ready to work through the device access.…As we covered earlier for Android device access,…we can set it up through either Swipe,…Pattern, PIN, Password, or Fingerprint.…Let's go to our device, and set up device access.…Here on my Android device, I will swipe up to access,…notice it doesn't require a PIN or password.…In the bottom, right, there is the settings icon.…I'll select that.…
Now I'm in the settings.…I'll scroll down to security and location, and tap it.…You notice under Device security, the Screen lock is set…to none, that's what we want to change for security.…So let's select Screen lock.…Here it is, you can see the options we've spoken about.…Cause we know that the most secure option here is Password,…we're going to select Password.…Now let's set our screen lock password.…Re-enter it.…And confirm.…Further on in the course, we'll talk about notifications,…but as a default, we'll leave it…at Show all notification content, and select Done.…
- 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
Windows 10: Intune Device Managementwith Ryan Spence1h 39m Intermediate
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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