UK companies don't have basic security measures for smart handhelds

Friday, 22 July 2005, 4:20 PM EST

Forty per cent of businesses feel they do not secure handheld devices to the level they secure laptops, according to new research from Orange and the analyst house Quocirca, which surveyed 2,853 IT professionals. As increasingly powerful handheld devices store more critical data, businesses are leaving themselves open to a new source of security risk, the research argues.

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