The Apple iPhone continues to grow in popularity each year, having sold more than 183 million units through the first quarter of 2012, while the iPad sold more than 67 million units and is in its third generation. To date little has been done involving iPhone and iPad security issues. PaRaBaL’s cleared personnel assist the government with mobile security and applications to deliver information to mobile platforms. PaRaBaL creates and builds iPhone and iPad security applications for the Intelligence and DOD agencies in the U.S.
The PaRaBaL lab has 100% Apple products with supporting software for ethical hacking on the East Coast. We demonstrate how to modify databases in the iPhone to retain deleted and altered texts, address entries and other databases, and apply the alterations to non-jail broken iPhones. PaRaBaL offers comprehensive security consulting for companies who have already or are considering deploying iOS devices on their networks.
Peter B. Coddington has over 22 years of experience in information systems and its critical mission in making government efficient, effective and secure. He started PaRaBaL to help government agencies meet today’s most critical challenges by providing leading-edge software solutions, cyber security training and technology scouting. Mr. Coddington has handled text and text-based computer products at McGraw-Hill, Phillips Business Information, Thomson Publishing, IntraLinks, Whizbang Labs, ClearForest, Bowne Global/Berlitz, Inxight Federal Systems, Business Objects, and SAP. He has a B.A. in History from Northwestern University, Master’s in Aeronautical Science from Embry-Riddle University, and helped found and now sits on the advisory board of the new Cyber Graduate Certificate Program at UMBC.Mr. Coddington is also a leading expert in the technology of text extraction with ten years of experience turning it into an efficient, reliable and important tool for analyzing information for government agencies. This experience led Mr. Coddington to found another company, InTTENSITY, to refine the science of text extraction, not only for the Federal Government but also for the private sector.