I am sure that anyone that has been listening to the news for the past year has realized that corporations need to do more to protect their data. Security breaches at financial institutions and credit card processing centers demonstrate the risk of exposing non-public personal information to a hacker. Also with Mobile Devices when they contain all your contacts, imagine what damage a competitor can do with your list? A critical component to the solution to protecting your company’s data on your mobile device is encryption. Even though your company may have security standards, you should be aware of these controls and ensure that your data is secure. This article covers where you can use encryption to restrict access to the data stored on or transmitted from your device.
Posted Monday, August 8, 2005 by ChrisD Rating: 2.96Comments ()
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