Mobile Security: Filling the Gaps

— February 20, 2013

There are many threats to the enterprise from mobile devices, and with more device types connecting to the internet and to each other, the gaps will continue to grow.

Some risks are obvious, some obscure. The most obvious is from lost and stolen devices, but there are plenty of questions to ask when it comes to the obscure.

Are security policies up to date and is the end user aware of them? What non-enterprise apps are running on the devices and network? How and to what are employees connecting?

Learn from this Thought Leadership paper how a diligent enterprise must answer these questions through a multi-layered approach to security, and continuously examine this approach and user behavior to minimize risk and fill in the gaps.

Download the report.

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