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Here I will be listing videos I come across on the subject of securit. There is now way to denote new one so you need to just keep coming back, I will add the dates as of all new ones: CIS / MS-ISAC (Center for Internet Security & Multi-State Information Sharing and Analysis Center) Sex, Lies and Mobile Devices: The Seedy Underworld of Mobile [in]security (58 min.) - You will be surprised and I hope disturbed by what all your "Devices" (some of those being devices you did not even know about) and what they are collecting about you and selling for their profit and
To begin with you should have a look at this article to understand what kind of data is being processed and that even if it does not use you name it can be traced to you. Once you understand the issue/threat, the follow up article used for the title will show you how to help protect yourself with the primary phone types. They do state that the article is based on the US, but do not make the mistake of thinking that whatever country you live in, you are safe.: Your Apps Know Where You Were Last Night, and They’re Not Keeping It Secret https://www.nytimes.com/interactive/2018/12/10/bus
Google Collects Android Location Data Even When Location Service Is Disabled https://thehackernews.com/2017/11/android-location-tracking.html I am highlighting this article on the grounds that is raises a few points and if you use the iPhone you should not ignore it. This is an issue with every mobile device, not just Android. It is how phones work and why they use triangulation in police shows on TV. That is how the system works. Your device connects to the nearest and most powerful tower in the area. As you move from Grid A, the signal gets weaker and the device searches fo