Securing mobile data more important than viruses

Wednesday, 12 October 2005, 4:09 PM EST

Enterprises with workers that can access corporate data from mobile devices should be less concerned about mobile viruses and more focused on setting and enforcing rules for securing the data, said speakers at Symbian's Smartphone Show in London. Very few real mobile viruses have actually proliferated in the market, said Morton Graubelle, executive vice president of marketing at Red Bend Software.

By Nancy Gohring at InfoWorld.

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