Join Ryan Spence for an in-depth discussion in this video What you should know, part of Learning Mobile Device Security.
- [Instructor] This course is for mobile device users. If you use a smartphone and are familiar with your device but have no device security experience, you should have no problem following along. Depending on your device, there are sections of this course that may not apply to you. For example, iOS users won't need to concern themselves with the Android chapter or vice versa. In this course, I show general recommendations for end users on personally owned devices. If your device is enrolled in a mobility program through a business or an organization, it would be wise to review the terms of that use for that program.
While my process may align with it or exceed it, your organization's program should take precedence over the recommendations I give here.
- Recognize two risks that accompany mobile devices.
- Recall the steps you should take to prepare a mobile phone for resale.
- Name three causes of an unrecognizable fingerprint scan.
- Identify two options available when setting up device administrators.
- Explore storage settings to maximize space on your mobile device.
- Explain how the location services tool finds a missing device.
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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