Mobile devices and bring your own device (BYOD) are hot topics in security right now. We now use our mobiles (iPads, phones, tablets, Blackberry, etc.) for anything from checking emails to online banking and shopping so the risks are potentially large. On a mobile device the lines between personal and work use are increasingly blurred. So how secure is your mobile device? This course attempts to explain the actual risks and leave you with some handy tips as to how to ensure your device is configured securely. This is part of a series of one-hour sessions about staying safe and secure online.
|Intended audience||Anyone using a personal computer, email, the cloud, or social media. The series is not technical, it is for anyone who is not an expert in security or data protection. This course is also aimed at University staff.|
|Prior knowledge||Use of web and email|
|Resources||Notes and resources will be available online|
|Further information||See our pages on information security|
|Where next?||Other sessions in the Security and Privacy Online series of one-hour courses.|
Frequency: This course runs throughout the year. Express an interest in future dates for this course.