iPhones present the greatest smartphone security risk to the enterprise, according to a recent survey from nCircle (http://www.ncircle.com), a network security and compliance auditing firm.
The online survey of 257 security professionals was conducted between Feb. 4 and March 12, 2010. In addition to smartphones, the survey covered a range of security topics including healthcare, cloud computing and social media. Key findings include:
° 57% believe that the iPhone carries the greatest security risk.
° 39% ranked Google Android as presenting the highest risk.
° 28% named Blackberry the riskiest.
° 13% ranked Nokia as having the highest risk.
° 58% of respondents have a corporate smartphone security policy in place.
° 65% of enterprises with a smartphone security policy enforce it.
“The general consensus is that Apple continues to do only the absolute minimum to...
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