Protecting Yourself in the Hyperconnected World

Some of the largest and medium-sized U.S. airports report close to 637,000 laptops lost each year. Wow, this figure has got to make you think.

Combine this with the IDC prediction that the number of worldwide mobile workers (many with laptops and many more with smart phones) will reach 1 billion - including nearly 75% of the U.S. workforce - by the end of 2011... and you should have serious concerns.

Clearly, protecting data on laptops, PDAs and smart phones is of tantamount importance to businesses.

Hyperconnectivity comes with its security risks.

The answer lies in corporate policies, device data encryption and network-based data-based storage, and in combinations of these.

By the way, check out this VoIP security blog, primed by the security group in the Nortel CTO.

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