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24Mar 2016

Most Secure Mobile OS? Exploring the Debate from Wider Angles

Corporate security for mobile devices has been a concern for decades. Access to sensitive data and applications must be protected from outside influences and mobile devices were a simple means of stepping behind the corporate firewall. For years, BlackBerry was the primer standard for corporate mobility and still is for the highest-security environments. However, Apple’s […]

07Mar 2016

Apple iOS 9.3 Mobile Device Management (MDM) enhancements

Apple introduced the following mobile device management controls in the iOS 9.3 update preview. The following policies are applicable to both BYOD and company owned devices. 1. Notification Restrictions: IT admins can remotely restrict app notifications on end-user devices. The following policies are applicable to only company owned device (supervised device).  1. Home Screen Layout: […]

02Mar 2016

Go BYOD to Cultivate Business Agility

Corporate change is slow and in a rapidly changing world, that slowness may be life or death for a company. Organizations are learning they must adapt quickly to changing paradigms, but traditional viewpoints still insist on maximum control and calculation. Years ago, the idea of employees using their own devices to perform sensitive work-related tasks […]

01Mar 2016

Common Mobile Security Vulnerabilities for SMBs

Corporate security has always been a huge issue. Security initiatives are designed to keep all that is under control by the company behind a security perimeter, while everything not under control of the company remains outside the perimeter. Mobile security was once concerned with those concerns when employees would take company assets outside of the […]

25Feb 2016

Mobile Security Best Practices for SMB

Consumerism in technology has changed the landscape of society and business dramatically. Decades ago, consumers could not afford computer systems and the only exposure to these systems was within the work environment. As technology grew, opportunities evolved to telecommute and access work systems remotely. At this point, mobile computing was born and many employees were […]

23Feb 2016

7 Things You Need To Know About Apple & FBI Battle Over iPhone Unlocking.

On February 16th, Apple received a California’s court judge order to forcefully unlock an iPhone that was used by the culprits involved in the San Bernardino shooting incident. The Apple device in question, the iPhone 5C had a screen lock passcode enabled. This security prompt automatically encrypts the device data with an encryption key that […]

02Feb 2016

Understanding the IoT Security Threat Vector

The purpose of security is to eliminate all possible entry points into business. While technological advances in Internet of Things (IoT) is exciting, it reveals a number of security risks for a small and medium business. The basis of these risks is IoT can exponentially increase the number of entry points into the business. As […]

19Jan 2016

BYOD Security Risks and How to Maintain Security Compliance

Millennial employees increasingly insist on bringing their own devices to the workplace. Despite the promised rewards, business organizations tend to hesitate on allowing employee-owned devices to connect with the corporate IT infrastructure for accessing mission-critical business information due to the inherent security risks. However, a solid BYOD policy can make use of employee-owned devices to […]

11Jan 2016

Top Ways to Ensure SMB Mobile Security

Millennial employees demand the convenience of sharing information as they collaborate with remote team members. However, the need of sharing data and the increased use of mobile devices at the workplace complicates the jobs of IT security personnel because the shared files become a rapidly moving target. A rogue actor may use social engineering and […]

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