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Global SOF Modern Warfare Conference Recap

Posted by Blake Kotiza on Sep 4, 2018 6:14:53 AM

Privoro recently attended the GSF Modern Warfare conference at Fort Bragg, home of the 82nd Airborne (I highly recommend researching the history of this division if you’re unfamiliar). Although our trip to Fort Bragg was a first, what wasn’t new at all is the problem smartphones are causing government employees across the military, intel agencies and Capitol Hill.

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Topics: Smartphone Security, Cybersecurity, Data Privacy, Mobile Surveillance, Mobile Security

Smartphones Becoming Hackers' Favorite Target

Posted by Blake Kotiza on Aug 14, 2018 12:39:13 PM

Our world is filled with news and conversations about hacking. From well-publicized public hacks like Target, OPM and Equifax down to the private internal discussions of how to keep information safe, hacking is all around us.

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Topics: Smartphone Security, Cybersecurity, Data Privacy, Mobile Surveillance, Mobile Security

Corporate Espionage Has Gone Mobile and Gotten Personal

Posted by Nik Souris on Jun 6, 2018 4:11:00 PM

Economic espionage – also known as industrial espionage, corporate espionage and corporate spying – justifiably resides as the top concern of security professionals and persists across companies of all sizes. Whether a company’s knowledge assets or data on its personnel, the odds have long been that someone seeks proprietary information.Today, however, the information is more accessible, exists in various locations and available to devices via the internet. What has also changed is the migration of access to data as it no longer occurs for everyone from a computer terminal in an office. Data now resides in the cloud and may possibly be distributed across a myriad of electronic devices. Moreover, the adoption of mobile computing combined with the explosion of electronic devices has forged a Bring Your Own Device (BYOB) work model that has essentially extended the enterprise’s security perimeter to each employee’s phone providing assailants a greater surface to attack with an easier entrée given the vulnerabilities with smartphones. These devices that have more computing power than what powered a business 40 years ago have but a fraction of the protections. The abilities to access corporate systems, intercept inter-company correspondence, eavesdrop on sensitive conversations, track employees and store precious data now reside on smartphones and reside in nearly every employee’s hand with the first and often only guard of protection to something an enterprise values.

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Topics: Mobile Security, Cybersecurity, Corporate Espionage, Mobile Espionage, Smartphone Security, Data Privacy

Privoro Goes Passwordless. Says RIP to Passwords on #PasswordDay

Posted by Nik Souris on May 3, 2018 1:54:15 PM

As the internet uses #PasswordDay to celebrate and patronize the 1961 Massachusetts Institute of Technology creation of the password, we at Privoro are working on our goal of ending the use of passwords within our organization.

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Topics: Mobile Security, CFMA, Password Day, Cybersecurity, password, passwordless

Connecting the Dots Between Some of the Most Recent Cybersecurity Numbers.

Posted by Nox R. Landa on Jan 10, 2018 11:17:57 AM

Just a week into the new year and Gartner’s prediction that information security spending will reach $93 billion in 2018 seems perhaps a big understatement. Even before the end of the 2017, many security experts suggested the number was on the low side of conservative. And that came before the report of a massive vulnerability to microprocessors with Spectre and Meltdown. Regardless of where the number ends up, with headlines like this one from CNN on January 5, 2018 – “The security of pretty much every computer on the planet has just gotten a lot worse” – makes a number over $100 billion seem more plausible. But, for the purposes of this blog we’ll use the $93 billion figure.

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Topics: Cybersecurity

A blog about protecting your smartphone from mobile surveillance, which can reveal your most important and sensitive personal and professional information. Whether you work at the highest levels of defense and intelligence, are a corporate executive, a medical or legal professional or a barista at a local coffee shop, what’s important to you is worth protecting. Check back here often for the latest information on how to protect that information as well as your personal privacy.

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