The recent news about the WhatsApp hack showcases that even the applications we utilize for “secure” communication can be vulnerable.

Mobile devices have become the cornerstone of day to day work, entertainment, and personal communication. These devices are often seen to be more secure by the people who utilize them, however, this is not the trend within the security world.

The below blog from Checkpoint illustrates why we must be leery about the handheld devices that run our daily lives:

As longtime partners with Checkpoint, Aquila is ready to help you secure your systems. Please contact us for more details on how we can help.

Cody Jackson

Security Architect at Aquila
Cody Jackson is a leader in the management and design of secure wired and wireless networks. He performs engineering assessments for a variety of commercial solutions. He helps CISOs, IT Specialists, and Security Analysts secure network and enterprise data.

Cody's engineering networking and security expertise broaden AQUILA’s ability to service organizations. Before AQUILA, Cody was a Computer and Information Security Specialist on the Los Alamos National Laboratory Security Architecture and Application Development team. He also worked as an IT Specialist at Western New Mexico University.

Cody earned a Master of Science in Information Systems & Assurance from UNM. He received an MBA and a B.S. in History and Math from Western New Mexico University.
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