Learning iPhone and iPad Security

Learning iPhone and iPad Security

Learning iPhone and iPad Security is an Beginner level study on Business, written by the creator, Nick Brazzi. This study is a critical foundation for anyone who needs to excel in his/her Business skills. It gives you a thorough grip on Business, Computer Skills (Mac), Photography, iPhone, iPod, iPad, Productivity, iOS, iPad, iPhone, Business, Computer Skills (Mac), Photography, iPhone, iPod, iPad, Productivity, iOS, iPad and iPhone.

Free Download - Learning iPhone and iPad Security
Author Nick Brazzi
Publish Date 1/30/2018
Skill Beginner
Duration 1h 44m
Topic Business
Video Tutorials 21
Last Update N/A

In a mobile world, security is more important than ever. Learn to keep your iPhone and iPad—and your data—safe and secure. In this course, staff instructor Nick Brazzi demystifies security concepts and shows how to enable helpful features, so that iOS 11 users can mitigate the most common security and privacy risks. Discover how to create stronger passwords, secure location and backup data, protect yourself from malware, avoid scams, and locate and disable devices when they are lost or stolen.

Topics include:

  • Use a password manager to maintain all of your passwords.
  • Explain the benefits of using Activation Lock to protect your data.
  • Cite the importance of keeping software updated.
  • Configure Touch ID or Face ID.
  • Demonstrate how to properly connect a device to an unfamiliar computer.
  • Give examples of ways to create backup data.
  • Use app privacy permissions to protect your data.

Learning iPhone and iPad Security : Video Lessons

  • Welcome1m 17s
  • Note about software versions and jailbreaking3m 4s
  • Evaluate your ability to protect your data2m 11s
  • Protect passcodes and passwords9m 15s
  • Password managers4m 10s
  • iCloud and Activation Lock: Control who can erase and reset a device4m 39s
  • Keep software updated1m 25s
  • Use a passcode6m 11s
  • Configure Touch ID or Face ID9m 43s
  • Connect a device to an unfamiliar computer3m 30s
  • Control what is accessible on a locked device6m 17s
  • Locate and disable a lost device8m 5s
  • Protect backup data5m 8s
  • Work with app privacy permissions7m 25s
  • Protect location data on photos4m 23s
  • Understand privacy options in Safari7m 19s
  • Extra security for individual apps and services4m 51s
  • Install safe apps3m 29s
  • Avoid ransomware scams4m 20s
  • Secure wireless network connections6m 54s
  • Next steps54s

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