The idea for this blog post came to me during a discussion around some recent research performed by Cisco's Talos threat research group. The post: Advanced Mobile Malware Campaign in India uses Malicious MDM authored by Warren Mercer, Paul Rascagneres and Andrew Williams and the follow-up post containing additional research found here: Part-2. In this … Continue reading Security of the Modern Mobile OS
Protecting iOS against the aLTEr attacks
Researchers from Ruhr-Universität Bochum & New York University Abu Dhabi have uncovered a new attack against devices using the Long-Term Evolution (LTE) network protocol. LTE, which is a form of 4G, is a mobile communications standard used by billions of devices and the largest cellular providers around the world. In other words, the attack can … Continue reading Protecting iOS against the aLTEr attacks
My experience at Cisco Live 2018 in Orlando
I have had many people ask me about what Cisco Live is like, from my perspective as a long-time attendee and a member of the Hall of Fame Elite for speakers. While my perspective may be a bit different than your average attendee, I thought I’d give it a shot and write it up. Cisco … Continue reading My experience at Cisco Live 2018 in Orlando
Workaround to restore a non-supervised iOS backup onto a supervised iOS phone
The date was June 26th 2017. Cisco’s CEO, Chuck Robbins, was delivering his keynote at Cisco Live US in Las Vegas. Out comes a very special guest, Apple’s CEO, Tim Cook, who sat on a stool next to Chuck & they announced a few things to the world that were coming out of the Apple|Cisco … Continue reading Workaround to restore a non-supervised iOS backup onto a supervised iOS phone
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