Don’t trust links or emails
Protect your accounts and devices
Run a security checkup on your Google accounts.
Passkeys are a simple and secure alternative to passwords. With a passkey, you can sign in to your Google Account with your fingerprint, face scan, or device screen lock, like a PIN. Passkeys provide the strongest protection against threats like phishing. Once you create a passkey, you can use it to easily sign in to your Google Account and to verify it’s you when you make sensitive changes.
Advanced Protection Program
Google’s Advanced Protection Program safeguards users with high visibility and sensitive information from targeted online attacks.
Android security features
Device scan for malware
Check if your device is Play Protect certified and make sure Scan apps with Play Protect and Improve harmful app detection are both on.
Built-in privacy and security protections
To take maximum advantage of the privacy and security features built into iPhone, follow these best practices.
If your personal safety is at risk, you can use Safety Check on iPhone to quickly stop sharing your information, or to review and update sharing with individual people and apps.
Passkeys are a replacement for passwords. They are faster to sign in with, easier to use, and much more secure. Passkeys are a replacement for passwords that are designed to provide websites and apps a passwordless sign-in experience that is both more convenient and more secure. Passkeys are a standard-based technology that, unlike passwords, are resistant to phishing, are always strong, and are designed so that there are no shared secrets. They simplify account registration for apps and websites, are easy to use, and work across all of your Apple devices, and even non-Apple devices within physical proximity.
Lockdown Mode for iPhone, iPad, and Mac
Learn how Lockdown Mode helps protect devices against sophisticated cyber attacks.
Advanced Data Protection
Advanced Data Protection for iCloud is an optional setting that offers Apple’s highest level of cloud data security. When a user turns on Advanced Data Protection, their trusted devices retain sole access to the encryption keys for the majority of their iCloud data, thereby protecting it with end-to-end encryption. For users who turn on Advanced Data Protection, the total number of data categories protected using end-to-end encryption rises from 14 to 23 and includes iCloud Backup, Photos, Notes and more.