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As mobile working becomes more common so have connected devices — but this brings new challenges, not least among them security, writes Jason Walsh

6th December, 2015
Ronan Murphy, chief executive of mobile IT integrator CWSI

Ronan Murphy, chief executive of mobile IT integrator CWSI, aims to enable mobility, but with an underlying focus on security.

“‘Mobile first’ is the watchword — but when you scratch beneath the surface, there are security concerns,” he said.

Even basic measures are often ill-considered. “It’s one thing saying ‘You can have a mobile device but you need a 16-character alphanumeric password to access enterprise content’, but people won’t do that.”...

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