Study: Protecting Corporate Data at Rest is Hard When It Rests on Your Phone

Study: Protecting Corporate Data at Rest is Hard When It Rests on Your Phone

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Two reasons many security engineers have proclaimed "endpoint security" dead have to do with the inversion of forces in the network. First, conventional endpoints like the PC are no longer the targets of malicious actors, they're the agents. And second - a fact which is no longer in dispute -...
Study: Protecting Corporate Data at Rest is Hard When It Rests on Your Phone
                                       

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