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Mobile devices have changed attitudes to data security

Unified threat management has long been a lodestone of IT security, but how has the proliferation of mobile devices changed businesses’ attitudes to keeping data secure?

6th November, 2016
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John Ryan, chief executive of Zinopy

The mobile transformation has been one of the most breathtaking changes in business in the past decade, but with increased mobility comes not only flexibility and business opportunities, but a new and difficult security threat.

Where business data and network integrity could once be protected by unified threat management (UTM) solutions, businesses today must take a fresh, and broader, look at security.

“There’s definitely an explosion in mobility, and I think it’s probably uncontrolled explosion...

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