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Cyber Security, IT Audit, and Digital Forensics.
Experienced Information Security and Internal Audit Professionals
Fred Menge formed Magnir Group in 2006 after serving in a variety of technical and management positions in industries including energy, government, travel, hospitality, and technology. He holds credentials as a Certified Information Systems Auditor (CISA), Certified Information Security Management (CISM), and a Master of Science degree in Information Systems.
Fred served in the U.S. Air Force – an experience that led to a variety of assignments in different countries, followed by seven years as a U.S. Department of Defense (DOD) contractor giving him a global perspective on technology, electronics and information security. While in Germany, Fred worked as a network analyst on a DOD communications network, which was the predecessor of today’s Internet. Fred’s work continued in the U.S., most notably auditing technical systems for Fannie Mae in Washington D.C. as part of the risk management team tasked with pinpointing $7 billion of unaccounted funds. More recently he served as the Information Technology Director for Dollar Thrifty and continues to serve as an Adjunct Professor of Law and Ethics in Information Systems at Oklahoma State University.
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BYOD can certainly help you and your employees find better candidates. But Fred Menge, CEO of Magnir, believes a policy should be set up before you dive in.
Fred Menge, the owner of the Tulsa-based digital forensics and e-discovery firm Magnir, advises organizations that are considering a migration to the cloud, to “perform an information security risk assessment” as part of their cloud product assessment and selection process.
From a technological perspective, Amazon Cloud has a distinct advantage over many of its competitors. It is a true cloud hosting service, offering cloud storage, Web development and an application hosting environment, noted Fred Menge, president and CEO of Magnir.
A simple, effective method for securing cloud based data on a BYOD is…
To secure the device with a PIN.
With Apple’s new iPhone, data is encrypted on the device and cannot be unencrypted without the passcode. Another effective method for keeping company data secured in the cloud with a BYOD device is to allow the company to remotely wipe the data contents of a BYOD if an employee or contractor loses their device.