Security factors are set or edited per share in the CREATE menu area, and consist of four types: location, time, biometrics and knowledge. You tap the factor icon to set it or edit it. Long-press the icon to clear it or remove it from the share setting.
Geolocation: is a share access factor. Simply pinch and zoom the map to set a geofence for allowable content access, such as your home, campus, city or country, and then select in/out or within or “not within” the viewable radius. Users must either be inside, or if out - outside - the geofence range to access the content. As with the other factors, you may re-size or modify this geofence at any time, even for shares already sent. Geofence outlines will be visible for applicable shares in the COMMAND center map windows.
Time: is a share access factor. Spin the dial to set an allowable time-frame to either allow or deny access to the secured content. Set minutes, hours or days in the future and select “in” to require time to be within that range (like an expiration range) or “out” to specific “not until or after” this time in the future for access. You can go back and change or modify the time controls if a subscriber. Re-setting time factors re-sets the boundaries from the time edited, not the original time initially set.
Biometric: is both a personal and share factor. Set biometric to require either yourself (personal, every time your app opens) or the recipient (share, every time they access the shared content) to perform the preferred biometric factor on the target device. This can range from fingerprint to face scanning, or whatever is supported or enabled. If set, the recipient or user cannot pass biometric authentication, they can’t access either the app, the share, or both.
Knowledge: is a share factor much like a password. Authors can set a PIN number or short passphrase or challenge question to require recipients to respond when accessing the share. There are now messages or tokens sent out-of-band, it’s simply a shared secret both the author and recipient must know to access the content.