The iOS operating system on your iPhone, iPad, and iPod Touch is incredibly secure. By optimizing settings and adding a few key apps, you can protect your personal privacy and sensitive information on your iOS device.
We'll show you how.
The Latest News About iOS Privacy and Security
The rumors are true: the iPhone 5S has a fingerprint reader, branded “TouchID” by our friends in Cupertino. Apple blogs have gone nuts talking about the security characteristics of this solution, and sites dubiously claiming that TouchID is...Learn More
California Attorney General Kamela Harris announced that major smartphone manufacturers (Apple, Google, RIM, Microsoft, and Palm) had agreed to ensure that all mobile apps in their stores provide privacy policies. Even though very few people actually READ privacy...Learn More
Siri for iPhone is cool, but in order to perform her magic a lot of information has to be collected and transmitted first. Find out what information Siri collects, and everything you need to know about Siri Privacy. Every spoken request must be recorded in digital...Learn More
The Path app was found to be uploading the user’s entire contacts list to the service’s web servers without the user’s consent. Apple responded a week later by announcing that iOS will force user consent before apps access contact information in a...Learn More
iDiscrete has a very simple mission statement: “To securely store our user’s private content (videos, images, notes, et al.) on their iOS devices, and to do so in the most discreet way possible.” You can think of iDiscrete as a digital safe, where...Learn More
Measuring New Devices and Apps by How They Protect Your Privacy
Showing You How to Lock Down your iPhone and iPad
Locking down your iOS device to protect your sensitive information isn’t hard if you know what to do. We’ll be posting videos here that show you how in quick, easy-to-follow steps.Watch iOS Tutorial Videos