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8 Android security tips for IT, corporate users

James A. Martin | May 21, 2015
The security pros interviewed for our article, "Experts bust Android security myths," offered up the following eight Android security tips for IT administrators and users

7) Organizations should set and enforce clear access policies

Companies need to be clear about the sensitive materials that users can access via mobile devices and ensure those devices have "the right infrastructure in place to protect against mobile threats," according Swarup Selvaraman, senior product manager at Dell SonicWALL.

8) The four basic tenets of Android security

Troy Vennon, director of Pulse Secure's Mobile Threat Center, says enterprise mobile security boils down to following four essential steps: Disallow rooted and jailbroken devices; ensure that devices are protected by passwords; keep devices updated; and require users to connect through a VPN.

 

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