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BYOD data loss hits 29% of German companies - study

Monday 28 October 2013 | 15:36 CET | News
Over one quarter (29%) of German businesses with more than 1,000 employees have lost business-critical data as the result of security breaches through BYOD, according to a study by Samsung. Despite widespread awareness of the dangers, only 39 percent of firms have current or upcoming updated BYOD policies. Samsung conducted the survey to promote awareness of the Knox mobile phone security system. This is designed to securely partition work and play on Samsung Android devices, protecting both sensitive business information and the privacy of personal use on company smartphones.

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Categories: Mobile & Wireless
Companies: Samsung
Countries: Germany
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