HOW TO PREVENT EAVESDROPPING, DATA THEFT & SURVEILLANCE
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The increasing use of mobile organizational practices enlarges the attack surface for hackers, who only need a narrow space to succeed. For example:
Impersonate to a legitimate Cell Tower or a Wi-Fi hotspot and intercept or modify communications.
Solicit a careless user to install a Mobile Remote Access Trojan (mRAT) and assume complete control over the smartphone from afar and suck all the on-device data or take screenshots.
Inject a trusted Bluetooth credential via Near Filed Communications, dial the phone and listen to the surroundings.
Deliver iOS Malware using fake certificates or malicious profiles.
Transform a private call into a conference call.
Exploit the known SS7 inter-carrier network security flaw to locate a device and tap calls and messages.
The new wave of threats is turning enterprises to be both a target of cybercrime and a conduit of attacks directed at their employees.
Mobile devices remain soft targets of cybercrime, forcing secretive organizations to apply a more holistic strategy. They need to create a zero mistake environment. It means diminishing the attack surface, leaving nothing for the user judgment, eliminating in real-time security gaps left by COTS components, and being proactive.