IoT

How to easily secure your smartphone

Most people these days have a smartphone. These phones are actually no longer just mobile phones, in reality they are powerful mobile computers with several GB RAM, multicore CPUs and many GB storage. Despite these characteristics which bring them closer to computers than to phones, most of their users don’t consider security and privacy in the way they should do with their personal mobile computers. Actually, users are split in two categories: those who care about security and privacy and those who don’t. The advices below are meant to address both categories and they are sorted according to the difficulty…

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Network Access Control and IoT Security

Network Access Control,  is an approach to computer security that attempts to unify endpoint security technology (such as antivirus, host intrusion prevention, and vulnerability assessment), user or system authentication and network security enforcement. When a computer connects to a computer network, it is not permitted to access anything unless it complies with a business defined policy: anti-virus protection level, system update level configuration. While the computer is being checked by a pre-installed software agent, it can only access resources that can remediate (resolve or update) any issues and nothing else. Once the policy is met (it has an antivirus, it…


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