Mobile devices have become an integral part of most company infrastructures. Employers will occasionally supply their employees with company phones or tablets, but more frequently, businesses are opting to use bring your own device (BYOD) systems.
With changing dependence on mobile devices, mobile security threats are also evolving. At Prudential Associates, we upgraded our mobile forensics tools and solutions to meet these new challenges.
Any time employees are able to access the company network and data from their own mobile devices, there is a risk that sensitive information may make it into the wrong hands. This risk exists when company phones are used, and becomes more substantial within a BYOD network, as various devices are frequently connecting to the system and are more difficult to track.
SC Magazine illustrates many different ways that company information could be lost or leaked due to mobile devices:
Not only could any of these factors cause mobile security threats to your organization, but also they can be very difficult to detect and track. A significant amount of time can pass, and a lot of costly damage could occur, before you are ever aware that a problem is present.
Prudential Associates has always had the advantage of having highly skilled and knowledgeable private investigators that have plenty of experience in the field digital forensics. We have taken this advantage to the next level by investing in state-of-the-art Cellebrite mobile forensics technology. Cellebrite leads this industry in terms of creating forensic devices that are powerful, portable and effective.
Our investigators are now able to combine their first hand experience and expertise with the UFED Touch Ultimate mobile forensics device in order to benefit from features and functions that include:
Whether you are concerned that you may be the victim of cell phone spying, or if you believe that malicious information sharing is taking place within your organization, Prudential Associates provides superior mobile forensics services in Washington D.C., Maryland and Virginia that you can use to quickly identify and address your toughest mobile security challenges.