Smartphones Risk Data Breaches Without Authentication
A recent report by Ovum and the European Association for e-Identity and Security (EEMA) has found that eight out of 10 CIOs think that using smartphones in the workplace increases the business’s vulnerability to attack. The CIOs rank data breaches as their top related security concern, yet half of organizations do not authenticate their employees’ mobile devices or use other basic security measures. Only only 9% of the businesses surveyed use two-factor authentication with one-time passwords to authenticate employees’ smartphones.
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