When it comes to providing employee training, many organizations must weigh the costs vs. benefits. While training undeniably takes time and money, you will find that over time not training your employees will cost your company a lot more.
ISEC7 shares first look at integrated workspace management and crisis communications offerings. ISEC7 continues to be a driving force in the enterprise mobility sector as top executives join ecosystem partners in London, The Hague, Ottawa, New York City, Toronto, Frankfurt, Singapore and Sydney in the coming months.
The enterprise mobility leader teams with Check Point Software Technologies Threat Detection and CMDSP for mobile security and administration discounted training for Project Management Institute (PMI) Washington DC Chapter.
ISEC7 Group (ISEC7) continues global mission to provide mobile IT-specific solutions to benefit PMO organizations for business process mobilization, mobile operational productivity and mobile security.
The enterprise mobility leader delivers upon DISA STIG compliance requirements for device monitoring and management for use at the U.S. Department of Defense (DoD). ISEC7 EMM Suite, pinpoints risks and compliance issues across the entire mobile infrastructure. DISA confirmed that the solution meets the rigorous cybersecurity standards under the Security Technical Implementation Guide (STIG).
A mobile device management strategy must be a priority for whoever owns enterprise operations. The global workforce conducts business everywhere, and sensitive information follows them via their mobile devices. Unfortunately, mobile endpoints are the weakest link for securing data as the workforce is continuously connects into organizational systems and communications tools from anywhere.
The Department of Homeland Security (DHS) confirms International Mobile Subscriber Identity (IMSI) catchers, like StingRay, is a problem and the detection must be done at the infrastructure level because IMSI catchers spoof legitimate networks. Christopher Krebs, a DHS official and top leader of the The National Protection and Programs Directorate (NPPD), said use of IMSI catchers by malicious actors to track and monitor cellular users is "unlawful and threatens the security of communications,...