Protecting Privacy and Corporate Data on Employee-Owned Mobile Devices
Our mobile phones today contain many things we hold dear: our photos, our financials, our contacts, and more. We use our devices for everyday life, which can include our daily work activities. With a powerful handheld computer in many of our pockets, organizations must manage corporate data while protecting the privacy of employees across the enterprise.
Knowing where to start when protecting these devices is vital for ensuring data security while maintaining employee privacy. As an increasing number of employees use mobile devices for work, it is important for leadership to be aware that modern mobile devices come with mechanisms that separate personal and corporate data.
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