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10 mobile security myths that need debunking – TechRepublic

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Mobile devices have introduced plenty of legitimate concerns, but there are some misconceptions floating around that may lead companies to focus on the wrong issues–or to ignore the real risks.

A smartphone is a portable computer, nor more, no less. And should be treated as such from a security point of view. The only thing that really differs is that the phone more or less always communicate on public networks outside firewalls.

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