Friday November 27, 2020

Mobile Working: Securing a mobile perimeter

The latest tablets and smartphones may cause your company's IT department more trouble than they are worth, writes Ian Campbell.

31st March, 2012
Sean Reynolds, chief executive of the Rits Security Group. Photo: Maura Hickey

The 'bring your own device' culture that sees executives turning up to work with gadgets that operate outside the company's security policies is a well-known phenomenon that organisations are struggling to address.

Sean Reynolds, chief executive of the Rits Security Group, said businesses have to get back to basics and revisit fundamental principles to ensure that a mobile strategy benefits rather than compromises the organisation.

"An Information Security Management System is the fundamental framework for...

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