The unprecedented levels of personal information stored on mobile devices cause huge privacy concerns according to Dell general manager for end user computing, Jeff Morris.
…But the unprecedented levels of personal information stored on these devices cause huge privacy concerns for people who use them for work,” he said.
…”BYOD is a popular style for work for many Australian businesses and, with an increased blurring of the lines between work and play, there are employee concerns that their privacy is at risk.
…Dell Software ANZ managing director, Ian Hodge, added that many people take security for granted and this coupled with growing social media and mobility trends, means there are huge risks involved in respect to security and privacy.
…”If a smart device is lost and your social identities are automatically logged in, cyber criminals can obtain a plethora of information and gain access to businesses and end-users most valuable possession — their data.
…Dell SecureWorks general manager and director, Simon Ractliffe, said online privacy and ensuring all your entities are secure has never been more important in the wake of the explosion of cybercrime.
…”In order to prevent this criminal activity and ensure your sensitive information stays private, it is essential organisations, as well as individuals, stay aware of the threat and implement proactive measures to ward against the loss of data,” he said.
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