Shoeless Max Smart

One of the risks with having proprietary company data on mobile devices is, well, such devices are mobile and they get stolen, lost, or hacked. What controls do you put in place to reduce those risks?

For the truly security conscious, there’s a new phone from Boeing (yes, that Boeing) that destroys all its data and software if someone tries to open the case.

“From Boeing, a Secure Phone Equipped to Self-Destruct,” Wall Street Journal, February 27, 2014 B1 http://on.wsj.com/1cd4r46

But does it disable GPS tracking? Or keep you from playing Candy Crush on company time?

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