How it really happened : NINJIO Season 4, Episode 2, C’est La Vie, Chamonix


In NINJIO’s Season 4, Episode 2, the hackers have a plan, a way to bypass a large company’s MDM, or Mobile Device Management, software to gain access to their sensitive data.  Using inside contacts, custom servers, and text message phishing, they can get everything that they want – as long as the mobile devices in question haven’t had their software and anti-virus kept up-to-date.  Keeping your devices updated will include the newest patches and protections against a number of hacks, and is a powerful way to protect your data.


The Marriott data breach

The official US Federal Trade Commission overview of the Marriott data breach notes in detail the information that was exposed.


Steps to Take if the Marriott Data Breach Affected You

The Marriott data breach began in 2014 all the way through September of 2018.  Forbes discusses steps to take if your data might have been compromised.


5 Reasons to Keep Your Apps Up to Date

There are many reasons to keep your mobile devices updated; as TechnoBezz notes, security is at the very top.


How to Secure Your Mobile Device in Six Steps

Tripwire goes over multiple ways to keep mobile devices secure, from encryption to antivirus and updates.


Indian iPhone Spy Campaign Used Fake MDM Platform

Mobile Device Management is one way to help keep devices secure, but Threatpost shows that there are ways to phish and engineer users into signing up with fake servers.

  • Bill Johnson
    Posted at 04:26h, 20 February

    Great article on updating your mobile devices. This along with your videos, help drive the point home to users, who do not pay attention.

  • David Glaspie
    Posted at 13:25h, 20 February

    I do not have a comment

  • Anne
    Posted at 17:27h, 25 February

    Keep you devised updated to keep safe