The stunning proliferation of mobile devices has added even more complexity to the IT security matrix, and more urgency to IT departments that seek to protect their data.  Mobile devices can be difficult to manage and secure, since they can be easily lost or stolen. 

The security challenges associated with BYOD appear as hot topics within the recent IDG Research Services survey of more than 80 IT and business professionals involved with mobile security purchases.

52% of the respondents plan to improve their mobile security plan by tightening and revising their BYOD policies
39% plan to upgrade the mobile device operating systems
29% intent to upgrade to more secure hardware

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