Symbian dismisses smartphone security risk

Friday, 9 June 2006, 1:14 PM EST

Symbian has dismissed fears that smartphones pose a security risk, claiming instead that they can be "keystones of enterprise security".

David Wood, executive vice president of research at Symbian, said on the Symbian website that smartphones only pose a security risk if companies ignore basic practical rules.

At vnunet.

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