10 tips for mobile security

Friday, 3 January 2003, 1:34 AM EST

Telecommuters, road warriors and laptop-carrying executives dominate the corporate landscape, increasing demand for remote access to applications and network resources. This presents new security challenges for network administrators as remote and mobile workers’ connections punch holes in network defenses. It also exposes companies to a major financial risk if the network is infected by the next generation of Code Red- or Nimda-style attacks.

To combat these threats, here are the “Top 10” recommendations to effectively manage mobile user security...

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