17 Sep

Mobile Device Security: Sometimes it’s Simple

Thanks to Suzanne Rowan Kelleher, contributor to Forbes Travel, for sharing a great article that highlights the simple, cheap and easy way that hackers can access mobile devices through a charging cable. Not new information for security professionals, but a great accessible article for security education and awareness programs. Borrowing a charger from a fellow

27 Aug

IBM Security 2019 Cost of a Data Breach Report Now Available Through Forbes.com

“Data breach costs increase quickly in integration-intensive corporate IT environments, especially where there is a proliferation of disconnected mobile platforms. The study found the highest contributing costs associated with a data breach are caused by third parties, compliance failures, extensive cloud migration, system complexity, and extensive IoT, mobile and OT environments. This reinforces that organizations need

14 Aug

October 2019 CMDSP classes in Dublin, Ireland

CWSI announces October 2019 CMDSP classes at their Dublin, Ireland Training Center. Paul Conaty, Principal Consultant at CWSI, “CMDSP takes the management elements and the security elements and gives you a good grounding in what is different about mobile security and architecture.” Visit CWSI’s site for more details & registration.

12 Aug

Lions and tigers ….. and Bluesnarfing

Bluetooth introduces a number of potentially serious security vulnerabilities to your enterprise’s mobile devices; compromising devices and connected networks. Do the mobile devise users in your enterprise know that many vulnerabilities can be prevented by turning off the “discoverable mode” and changing the default passcode? carwhisperer Most car manufacturers put default PINs on the car’s

25 Aug

College Degree vs. Certificate: How Does The Value Stack Up?

In the modern world, the push to get a college degree is ubiquitous. It seems as though every high school graduate has either committed to a university, or is planning to attend community college. However, most universities are 4-year programs; requiring not only a time commitment, but a financial commitment as well. Attending class and

14 Jun

The ISEC7 Group is an Official Training Center for CMDSP

The enterprise mobility expert trains IT professionals in Hamburg. Hamburg, June 14, 2017 – As of today, the enterprise mobility expert ISEC7 Group (ISEC7), located in Hamburg, Germany, is an Approved Training Center (ATC) for the Credentialed Mobile Device Security Professional (CMDSP) by The Mobile Resource Group, LLC. Together with their partners, CMDSP works to

02 Jun

Throw Away the Password! Single Sign-On is here!

One of the most rapid developments within the IT world is Single-Sign On. Or in plain terms, one login to all corporate resources such as Email, Sharepoint and calendars. Where SSO extends beyond traditional cert-based authentication (Ex. Kerberos), is the ability to hook into external services such as Salesforce, Dropbox, or other external applications that

23 May

CMDSP Partners with Systematic Computer Education Centre

The Credentialed Mobile Device Security Professional (CMDSP®) program teams with Systematic Computer Education Centre to offer Mobile IT Administrator training in Hong Kong, China. This partnership aims to increase visibility and accessibility of the Mobile Device Security credential to all Enterprise Mobility Experts in Asia. CMDSP is the only product-neutral EMM Credential in the market;

04 Apr

CMDSP Partners with Global Distributor Arvato Bertelsmann

CMDSP recently partnered with Arvato Bertelsmann to distribute our learning materials worldwide. Arvato is the exclusive distributor of Microsoft’s learning materials. This will allow CMDSP to utilize Arvato’s partnerships; ultimately enhancing CMDSP’s global availability. This is big news for CMDSP, as we are continuing to grow faster and faster in 2017, and the Enterprise Mobility

25 Feb

Women in IT

Women who work in field or enter high-earning certificate fields do well. And certificates may be a good option for women to gain credentials that allow them to adjust their hours or to go in and out of the labor force easily to accommodate their need to stay home because of family responsibilities. Myth: Women