Encrypt your data
If your device is stolen, make sure your data is protected by encrypting it. Your iPhone or iPad is automatically encrypted when you set a passcode – if it’s particularly sensitive data, go to Settings > Passcode, switch off Simple Passcode and set a hard-toguess password instead.
Protect your Mac’s main system partition by going to System Preferences > Security & Privacy > FileVault and clicking Turn On FileVault if you’ve not already done so. Other drives can be encrypted from within Finder – right-click the drive in the Finder sidebar and choose ‘Encrypt [Volume Name]…’ then enter a hard-to-guess password when prompted – click the ‘Key’ button to generate one automatically.