A Baker's Dozen Of security bytes

Monday, 12 March 2007, 5:47 PM EST

The lifespan of laptops, PDAs and smartphones is falling as the pace of technology marches ever onwards. But for every new mobile device purchased by organisations of all sizes there is usually a piece of legacy hardware that gets sold, passed on to a colleague, friend or relative, or simply thrown away in the office rubbish.

The hardware may be obsolete, but what about the software and data contained on the mobile device?

At BIOS.

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