As an Apple user, all your data is stored on iCloud (except the information locally stored on your devices). Thus, iCloud security should be a primary concern for you. Unfortunately, most users remain in the dark about iCloud’s internal security. Past hacks add to that situation. So the vital question remains: can the average iCloud user be at ease about data security? Or is it possible that iCloud is a privacy liability?
This article will review every security protocol Apple uses to protect user data. We’ll also tell you about the best security measures you can employ to increase your iCloud security.
Quick tips to strengthen the security of iCloud
Apple takes user privacy seriously, regardless of location. And iCloud’s security features are good in general. For example, they include high-end end-to-end encryption methods.
However, adopting a few extra measures can make your iCloud even safer.