My buddy who wrote the Kali Linux book with me released another short book on setting up XenMobile. I was one of the reviewers for this and believe it is a great guide for anybody looking to configure a new XenMobile environment. You can find the book HERE as well as Amazon, Barns & Noble or other online resellers.
Here is a guest post from Pierluigi Paganini. He is a security researcher for InfoSec Institute. InfoSec Institute is an information security training company now offering a mobile computer forensics course.
The IT landscape is dominated by the rise of paradigms such as cloud computing, mobile networking, and social networking, three concepts that have totally revolutionized the daily user’s experience on the web. Continue reading
Zenprise recently released an upgrade to their flagship mobile device management MDM solution. My team has been showcasing a previous version 6.6 and went through the upgrade to Zenprise 7.01 this week. The Zenprise ZDM upgrade took around 15- 20 minutes, which steps included upgrading the software and java on the hosting server. Here is a comparison of both versions of Zenprise ZDM.
Dashboard: Zenprise 7.01 now includes a dashboard or centralized landing page. From a visual perspective, it’s a great way to quickly identify the state of the system and managed endpoints. The picture below is customized for 6 different reports. Functionality wise, the previous version of Zenprise could accomplish the same things by clicking around. Continue reading
Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) has become a hot topic for many industries. Lately security people are using the term BYOD like datacenter folks classify everything as Cloud. My team has advised our customers using a best practice BYOD architecture (more info HERE) and like many consultants feel Mobile Device Management aka MDM is a key factor. Continue reading
Everybody hates losing things. It drives you mad looking in the same places thinking a magic gnome will put your item back. Usually that doesn’t happen. Especially when it’s a highly desired product such as a mobile device. Mobile devices are becoming a leading target for theft since they can carry as much sensitive data as a standard laptop. Hackers can steal your photos, instant messages and web history. Some mobile app leverage cookies that never expire meaning hackers could essentially access sensitive websites such as your bank account through replaying old sessions. Continue reading
Mobile device security is a hot topic for 2012 and some current industry leaders are Mobile Iron, Airwatch, Good Technologies and Zenprise. There are two approaches to addressing mobile device security, which are a “sandbox” or “application management” approach (more info can be found HERE). My team found the majority of our customers prefer the application management approach offered by Mobile Iron and Airwatch. For those interested in evaluating Mobile Iron, below are some steps to setup a basic lab for testing functions such as remote wipe, policy enforcement, flagging jailbroken devices and other features. Continue reading
IT administrators are being asked to come up with ways to permit mobile devices onto the corporate network in a secure fashion (via MDM Solution or other technology) . This subject touches a few technology areas such as access control, secure wireless, data protection and secure management of mobile devices however the focus for this piece will be mobile device management. Members of my team have tested the MDM leaders such as Mobile Iron, Airwatch, Zenprise, Good Technology, McAfee, Symantec, etc. and summed up the following as things to consider when evaluating a Mobile Device Management solution. Continue reading