This pocket guide gives you clear and reliable guidance on how to protect the information contained in your mobile phone. Written by one of the country’s top academic experts on information security, the guide covers such topics as safeguarding data through encryption, establishing a virtual private network (VPN) to create a secure way for your staff to connect to the server on a remote device, and countering the growing threat on mobile platforms of SMS-phishing and malware. Rather than trying to ban the Blackberry, the solution proposed is for organisations to factor mobile devices into their overall information security policy. The recommendations contained in this pocket guide are designed to enable your organisation to enjoy the benefits of mobile phones and personal digital assistants (PDAs) without sacrificing the ability to operate as safely and securely as possible.
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