Employees' personal mobile devices present security threats

07/1/2013 | AmericanBanker.com (free registration)

Bank employee e-mails, transactions and other unsecured data kept on workers' mobile devices can be tapped by unauthorized personnel, but workers may object to having their personal devices screened, research suggests. A Ponemon Institute study finds that at 59% of companies, workers disable or find a way to go around security settings on their mobile devices. A solution may be forbidding personal devices on the job, says Larry Ponemon, the institute's chairman and founder.

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