Mobile security is more important than ever before since businesses often implement these devices into their productivity plan. Just like your in-house network, mobile devices can be breached and result in important information being compromised.
Think about your personal cellphone and the private information that you store on it. Similar information is stored and accessed on business mobile devices and this needs to be protected. For example, you do not want prying eyes accessing emails with confidential information or lists that contain financial or customer information. Hackers can gain access to mobile devices just like they can larger computers and networks, so they require the same level of protection.
One of the fastest ways is to lock your device and make sure that the password you use is a difficult one. You might also consider using technology where a fingerprint is needed to unlock a device. Just like your computers, you should also utilize anti-virus software and be mindful about the information that you send using this type of device. When you are not using your mobile equipment, turn off location services, Wi-Fi and Bluetooth.
Mobile security is critical for protecting your business. Add policies to your network security plan to ensure that all mobile devices are adequately protected.
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