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4 Must-Follow Security Practices for iPhones in the Enterprise

July 6, 2010

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Despite the best efforts of many IT department, iPhones continue to find their way into enterprises. While Apple has integrated some basic security measures into the iPhone through its settings, installing third-party apps is often a better way add key security functionality to the device. eSecurity Planet looks at apps to consider in four key areas: password management, spam prevention, file encryption and security updates.

There are several basic actions every iPhone user should take to make the device more secure, such as setting it to auto-lock after a specified period of time, and requiring a passcode to unlock it (both can be accessed within Settings -> General), but other functionality, such as managing your passwords on the device, or implementing additional protection for sensitive files, requires the installation of third-party apps.

Still, with hundreds of thousands of iPhone applications available in the App Store, it can be a challenge to find the right solution for a given issue. What follows is a look at some key areas in which apps can help improve iPhone security, and suggestions of some specific applications that may be a perfect fit for your needs.

Read the rest of "iPhone Security Apps Buying Guide" at eSecurity Planet

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