Using a screen lock
Mobile devices can be protected with screenlocks (like pins, patterns and passwords). This can help prevent unauthorised access should devices be lost or stolen. Screens should lock automatically after a short time of inactivity.
Screen locks are important when protecting data and privacy. They stop opportunistic individuals from accessing a device, especially if it has been lost.
It's also important that screen locks should be strong. Pins, patterns and passwords can be guessed so make sure they’re unique and difficult to crack.
Also, take advantage of biometrics. A strong pin/password/pattern can be set together with a fingerprint or facial login. They're just as secure and faster than regular screen locks.
Behaviours in SebDB are ranked by their impact on risk. Tier 1 behaviours have the biggest impact, Tier 4 behaviours the least.
Data theft is the intentional stealing of data.
Personal exposure is the extent to how much someones personal information is available online.
https://www.ncsc.gov.uk/collection/top-tips-for-staying-secure-online/secure-your-tablet-or-smartphone-with-a-screen-lock http://cups.cs.cmu.edu/soups/2013/proceedings/a10_VanBruggen.pdf https://irwinreyes.com/assets/files/papers/2016-pw-mobile.pdf