Mobile Security

Accidental Disclosure

9/25/2007
Everyone makes mistakes, but the nature of the mobile enterprise means employees have more chances to make simple mistakes that come with major consequences.

We've Got You Covered

5/1/2007
A Nokia VP was recently telling me about the company's newest firewalls and VPN solutions.

The Information Problem

4/10/2007
In enterprise security, it's not what you know that counts, but how you transmit, store and dispose of that information.

The Information Problem

4/10/2007
In enterprise security, it's not what you know that counts, but how you transmit, store and dispose of that information.

VIP Access Only

10/1/2006
Before Robert Langdon's adventures in The DaVinci Code, Dan Brown's fictional hero was called upon to thwart a legion of assassins known as the Illuminati, who had stolen the secrets to a lethal antimatter device by penetrating a retinal scan in the most gruesome way imaginable to compromise such a device.

Wireless Insecurity

10/1/2006
There is no electronic convenience worth the threat of injuring an already sick child.

Where Is Your Data?

10/1/2006
Prosumers are a lucrative consumer segment for wireless carriers, but they also pose increasing security risks to companies, especially as the total number of smartphones increases.

Security Culture

10/1/2006
Creating an environment that gets users on board and policies enforced is every manager's responsibility.

Lucky Number Seven

10/1/2006
Today, Fujitsu's newest mobile products offer seven unique security features, each stemming from needs the company saw in its primary vertical customer areas: insurance, healthcare and the financial sector.

Data on the Edge

6/1/2006
Sybase is a Dublin, Calif.-based independent software vendor that has been building mobile technology solutions for the past 20 years.
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