The smartphone continues to revolutionize the business world as new and new phones flow the market, and sleek applications facilitate business all the time, anywhere. From profitability and productivity point of view, the business's increasing impact is unambiguous. But with this great advancement in smartphone technology, there are new security issues that not only need to think about staff and staff, but also owners of small businesses and managers. Smartphones can open ports with sensitive personal information and related corporate systems, which makes it absolutely necessary to understand security risks and how to maintain integrity of data. Peter DiCostanzo, an exotic mobile phone and iPhone consultant, adds: "Like laptops, smartphones complement your business, not only with sensitive or confidential information, but with VPN capabilities it can allow direct connectivity with your business card. for the operator to view smartphones same as laptops of employees and to apply the same (if not higher) precautionary and access points that restrict access to the corporate system. "
A few figures to consider … 36% of network attacks come from the final devices and according to The data transmission data study owns 28% of attacks on the various social networks that employees enjoy on their smartphones. Monitoring these types of activities and applying usage policies will take a long way in ensuring sensitive information about companies traveling between the corporate system and the smartphone of employees. With more than 250,000 applications available and at the price they enter the market, it is understandable that not all programs are viewed before they are available for download. This is a great source of vulnerability and an ever-evident forum for malicious crime that can have a damaging impact on your business. Focusing on the importance of strong usage policies, DiCostanzo says: "Trend should define and restrict what smartphones are used in enterprise systems, if the phone is lost), for example, should not have access to business data."
In closing, if you already have one or plan to send a smartphone business to your work, take a serious thought about the following:
* Education. Make your employees aware of how their smartphone interacts with the network.
* Create and apply a regular usage policy and ensure that security programs are included in that policy.
* Please understand that not all smartphones are operated in the same field. Phone software packages have pierced and no mover is resistant to malware and viruses. Learn about the various vulnerabilities and security measures on the smartphone you are considering.
* Require employees to sync their phones on a regular basis and keep sensitive data from their phones.
* Maintain a common firewall and regularly monitor all server functionality.
* Limit employee permissions to only what they need to get their job done.
* Have authentication rules available to access corporate systems.
* Keep malware documents up to date and run on all security programs.
Source by Jeffrey P Jones