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Many large corporate enterprises and blue-chip organizations thrive on being able to maintain a high level of protection for their intellectual property and trade or contract secrets. Mobile security has long been the target of hacking groups in order to carry out a level of spying and industrial espionage on their closest competitors.
Both businesses and hackers have been engaged in a race against each other; who can develop the best espionage technology and skillsets to outdo each other.
As a result, more and more organizations have been looking at how best they can protect their business interests, whilst maintaining strong communication links with colleagues, suppliers, and customers.
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There are many mobile and smartphone providers that claim to have the best security features available for their customers’ phones. However, we have witnessed many of these systems being abused and then subsequently breached by law enforcement, threatening the data of those legitimate users.
The areas requiring data security and mobile data security
Cyberthreats will affect almost all types of businesses and organizations. Through our years of experience, we have found that the predominant industries for whom cybersecurity and secure mobile technology is of utmost importance include:
Large scale enterprises and blue-chip organizations
Global consulting and accountancy firms
High Tech companies
Global energy companies (including oil and gas)
Governments and their agencies
These organizations seek to protect their key assets from falling into the wrong hands, which can then be exploited by competitors.
The assets can include:
Expensive Research and Development
Sensitive client information
Product design innovations
Mission-critical communications both inside and outside the country
Unhackable mobile phones need more than specially designed hardware and software to be effective. There are a number of actions the user also needs to take in order to fully protect themselves from malicious activity.
The first to illustrate the problem of using a popular but significantly less secure mobile phone is none other than Jeff Bezos. It was reported that Bezos was using an Apple iPhone when he was sent a WhatsApp message from a known contact that contained a malicious video file.
Unbeknown to Jeff Bezos, the malicious video file, once on his iPhone, was then able to access his sensitive and personal files and then extract the data out over time.
Having opened the attachment, it activated the malicious file and the hacker was able to begin the reaping of Bezos’ information. Unfortunately for Mr. Bezos, the file was sent by someone that he knew, this meant he was not suspicious of the attachment so felt safe to open it.
Due to the type of mobile phone being used, the hack was successful. Following on from the technical hack used against Jeff Bezos, the second example of a high-profile hack is that of real estate investor and developer Barbara Corcoran. This is an example of a hacker that had specifically targeted her and had clearly spent time preparing the attack.
The hacker chose a plausible phishing email as their line of attack. By targeting a lower-level employee and ever so slightly changing their email address, they were able to dupe them into transferring a large amount of money into their bank account.
The change made to the email was simply one letter making it difficult to spot. So, although an unhackable mobile phone would not have been able to prevent this type of attack, it shows that everyone must be vigilant, and carefully check everything that comes in and goes out of their inbox.
Thankfully for Barbara Corcoran, she was able to retrieve the funds so was not out of pocket. More importantly, she was able to learn a very important lesson about the human element of mobile phone security; check everything carefully.