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10 Steps Your Organization Should Take to Keep Mobile Device Data Secure

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    Password-protect devices

    If you are using your device for BYOD (and even if you aren’t), you should ensure that your phone is password protected. And if your device offers it, take advantage of its biometric authentication options, like a fingerprint, Mandeep Khera, mobile and IoT app security expert and CMO for Arxan, recommends.

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10 Steps Your Organization Should Take to Keep Mobile Device Data Secure

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    Password-protect devices

    If you are using your device for BYOD (and even if you aren’t), you should ensure that your phone is password protected. And if your device offers it, take advantage of its biometric authentication options, like a fingerprint, Mandeep Khera, mobile and IoT app security expert and CMO for Arxan, recommends.

After recent reports that a Secret Service agent’s laptop was stolen from a vehicle, new questions arose about the security of mobile devices. In the case of the Secret Service laptop, those questions involved national security and the well-being of the First Family.

Although your company’s data probably doesn’t include details about how to protect a president, that information is still very important for the operations and financial well-being of your business. The disappearance of the laptop should have had you questioning the security of any mobile device that has direct access to your organization’s sensitive data. That includes corporate owned and operated devices, as well as BYOD. Not sure what that security should look like? Security professionals share their tips for securing mobile devices and their favorite security solutions.