One in three managers snub mobile security

Thursday, 28 September 2006, 2:38 PM EST

Fewer than 40 per cent of companies enforce a security policy for employees with mobile devices, an industry report has found.

Worse still, 35 per cent of general managers believe that a security policy for mobile use is not vital, and one in five IT managers agree with them, according to figures from the Securing The Enterprise study released by Orange Business Services.

At vnunet.

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