PaRaBaL Selected by U. S. Government to Provide iPhone CyberSecurity Training

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PaRaBaL, Inc. has been selected to provide extensive iPhone training to government agencies.

PaRaBal Inc, a HUB Zone based cyber security training company located in the UMBC incubator facility, has been selected to provide extensive training to government agencies on how to tackle the myriad of security issues now plaguing Apple iPhones and the smart phone industry in general.

According to PaRaBaL CEO Peter Coddington, a 24 year veteran of providing software and training solutions to the Government and Industry, “one out of every two cell phones in the United States is projected to be a smart phone by the end of 2011, turning smart phones into a breeding ground for hackers.”

PaRaBaL is the only company to have a full Apple based iPhone forensics and training lab facility, Mr Coddington points out, making his firm the logical choice to provide this level of intensive cyber security education.

Smart phones are now being used for everything from watching videos to online banking. “Training your personnel in how to keep smart phones secure from hacker attacks has finally hit critical mass,” Mr. Coddington says " PaRaBal’s experienced team of credentialed instructors is ready to provide effective, result driven training to keep organizations safe and secure".

For further information, please contact Peter Coddington, 240-258-2100, or visit

About PaRaBaL Inc
PaRaBaL Inc., founded in 2009, is a Hub Zone Company located at the new incubator facility at UMBC. PaRaBaL has extensive experience working with the federal government and the private sector to discover and implement software solutions to help government agencies achieve critical mission goals. CEO Peter Coddington has been working with new technologies in Federal and Commercial industries for 24 years. Mr. Coddington sits on the UMBC Cyber Program Board of Advisors. For more information please visit or email us at info(at)parabal(dot)com.

About Smart Phone Security
Smart phones are the new standard in mobile communication.  However, smart phones aren’t just a communication tool.  Smart phones are also an information tool. With a smart phone, users have access to personal and work e-mail, social networking sites and can choose between thousands of apps to download.  While this gives smart phone users a decided advantage in terms of access to information and flow of communication, it also means that smart phones are vulnerable to hacking and breaches of security.  That’s because users tend to think of the smart phone as “a phone” in terms of security, when it really should be thought of as a personal computer or laptop in terms of security issues.


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