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Fundamentals of Auditing Mobile Devices & Mobile Management Systems - ISG635WEB
This webinar is designed to inform an internal, integrated, or IT auditor in the planning, fieldwork, and reporting of a mobile device and mobile management systems audit. The webinar includes the fundamentals of mobile devices and mobile device management systems, mobile networking basics, mobile vulnerabilities and exploits, mobile specific controls and how to prepare an audit program for auditing the mobile environment. A sample mobile audit checklist will be included in the materials.
Who Should Attend
Internal auditors and IT auditors with responsibilities for auditing a mobile device or similar management program, and information security professionals preparing for an internal audit involving mobile device program management.
What You’ll Learn
You will learn how to audit a mobile device management program by focusing on mobile management and enterprise mobility solutions, their configuration and operability, key policy and procedure considerations and essential components and controls.
- What are mobile management and enterprise mobility solutions and what do they do?
- Characteristics of mobile management programs
- Minimal policy and procedure considerations
- Mobile network design types and critical components and controls
- Common and growing mobile vulnerabilities and threats
- Common controls for mobile devices and networks
- How to audit a mobile device management program
- Adding mobile management testing components into application and process audits with a heavy reliance on mobile technology by employees or customers
- VPN is the Answer? Think again
Why You Should Attend
You should attend because mobile devices are widely used by organizations and they create risks and opportunities that internal auditors should be aware of.
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