Secure end points key for mobile computing

Thursday, 15 September 2005, 3:44 PM EST

Computers and mobile devices using wireless networks or other end points by company employees are posing increasing threats to their organizations' computer systems, although there are ways IT managers can reduce risk, according to an analyst Thursday at the Gartner IT Security Summit 2005 in London.

IT managers do not have much control over end points, and even the devices used on those end points may be employees' home computers, said Jay Heiser, research vice president with Gartner.

By Jeremy Kirk at InfoWorld.

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