Join Ryan Spence for an in-depth discussion in this video Sensors and radios, part of Learning Mobile Device Security.
- [Instructor] The heart of the data creating machine…is the array of sensors and radios packed into it.…It is because of these sensors and radios…that the device seems to come alive…with helpful information and action just when you need it.…NFC or near field communications use Bluetooth technology…to exchange information with other Bluetooth…enabled objects around them.…NFC is powering the new payment systems like Apple Pay,…allowing me to simply wave my phone to buy my groceries.…Thankfully, GPS on my phone can reach out…to multiple satellites…to triangulate my position on the Earth…and then locate me on a map so that my phone…can guide me to my location where I will join a WiFi…network and facilitate a business meeting…broadcasted through my phone.…
Without this stack of technologies,…I simply could not accomplish my work.…So what is there to secure and how do I secure it?…I must recognize the limits of my control.…I cannot control the protocols of communication…and I can't control the services that are offered to me.…
- 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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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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