A Security Policy for Your iPAQ?

Whether you are a personal user or a corporate employee, if you have a mobile device, you should either have a security policy of your own or be bound by a corporate one. Some users have an informal security policy. However, many have no security policy at all and have not even thought through the security implications of owning a Pocket PC. The same is true of organizations, whether it be a government department, an established company, or a startup. Most organizations have employees who use mobile devices, whether those devices are mobile phones or PDAs.

This article can help companies think through a mobile security policy that will work for their organization. It can also be useful to help individuals determine what level of security they’re comfortable with for their devices.

You can read Darryl’s article here at Pocket PC Magazine.

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