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Easing the Throb of Mobile Security Headaches

April 4, 2011 No Comments

When both private and corporate data is stored on the same device, it becomes a data container that is vulnerable to data leakage. As a result, when employees use personal devices to access core business applications that reside in the cloud, how can organizations ensure that the device won’t be used by unauthorized personnel to penetrate the organization? How can they make sure that passwords stored on a device are protected?

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