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Mobile Device Management

by Michelle Sellers

Mobile device management is an important topic for companies considering the use of a mobile device policy.  There are several vulnerabilities that can be caused from outside sources, not to mention vulnerabilities that come from the inside. McAfee, a leader in antivirus is reporting that the top cyber threats for 2014 are attacks on mobile devices (Gormisky, n.d.). A mobile device that has been attacked can compromise corporate data. Companies need to do the research involved in securing mobile devices before accepting the possibility of “bring your own device” to the workplace.

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Future Privacy and Security Controls

by Michelle Sellers

Technology is moving so quickly, it’s difficult to keep up with the security features that are needed to keep it secure. As a result; after a tool, device, or software are released, there is usually a security patch or several security patches that follow to secure it. Sometimes this security comes a little too late.

The future of technology is heading more towards mobility and ease of use. Employers want their employees to be able to work from anywhere and at any time. The problem with this is that with mobility and ease of use; also come security issues that need to be considered for better privacy and security controls.

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Is The Security+ Still Worth It?

SecurityPlus

by Michelle Sellers

The Facts
The Security+ Certification was released in December 2002. The objectives were derived through input from industry, government and academia, a job task analysis, a survey of more than 1,100 subject matter experts and a beta exam with responses from subject matter experts around the world. The test questions were written by IT security professionals, so you can be assured of their relevance. It turns out to be a structured certification program that attempts to fill the gap for trained information security professionals. Since 2002 there have been approximately 10,000 CompTIA Security+ certified professionals in 112 Countries.
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