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 Apple ID set up…we're ready to work through device access.…Remember iOS device access…comes in the options PIN, custom numeric,…custom alphanumeric, touch ID,…and facial recognition.…Let's go to the device and see.…Currently we have nothing set up for a passcode…on our device.…So let's set one up.…Let's go to Settings…and select Face ID and Passcode.…Currently there's nothing set up.…We should take a look at this.…At the top these are the things…that the Face ID is going to be able to open.…
We're not going to set up Face ID.…We are going to scroll down…and select Turn Passcode On.…On this screen we want to look at the Passcode Options.…So let's select Passcode Options.…And we see Custom Alphanumeric, Custom Numeric,…and 4-Digit.…Those go from the most secure to the least secure.…So we're going to select Custom Alphanumeric Code.…Once it's entered…we'll select Next…and verify.…Now we have a secure, custom alphanumeric code…securing access to our device.…
The next step would be to set up Face ID.…
- 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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