Tag Info

New answers tagged

1

This entirely depends on the infrastructure behind the wireless AP you are connected to. What can be seen more less: Phone Model, Location, Used Services, Used or In Usage Applications (such as application names), Bandwidth usage, Total amount of data spend per application.(both incoming and outgoing), Visited web sites(url list) and total amount of ...


4

Use the company phone for business and keep things separate. Only an optimistic and idealistic person would hope or expect that you will not encounter any issues going forwards. Sometimes you need to keep things separate, this is one of those times, who knows what the future will hold and what kind of situation you might find yourself in where data on one ...


4

Your employer will "supervise" the device by connecting it to a computer running Apple Configurator which will restore it and apply a configuration profile with a certificate in it. That will allow them to push more profiles to your device remotely, and these profiles may include other certificates that can be used to intercept secure connections from your ...


4

From a security stand point, you will generally prefer to have your own device. This just keeps everything separate. Even if you backup your phone and all your data, it is probably better to keep it separate. This also assume that the company permits by policy and by technical controls the ability for you to independently backup your device. You also run the ...


22

Just wanted to chime in and say that the list you have there isn't entirely 100% accurate, but it is close. Keep in mind that this will vary per MDM vendor and mobile OS, but MobileIron can see your location if your employer enables the functionality and you choose to accept sharing your location data. How exactly is this done? They just configure ...


10

My company is currently going through the process of implementing an MDM for all work phones... So perhaps something that I can help with. The company will install profiles and policies onto the mobile device which (On top of what you have outlined above in image) can enforce the following: Constant VPN connection (Ability to intercept network traffic to ...


2

Yes this is very possible it's called sms spoofing. I have done it once before using a company such as txtNation. Companies like txtNation allow you to send sms from pretty much any phone number or 5 letter name. I will also add that sending a sms from a phone number you don't own is illegal in most countries



Top 50 recent answers are included