Corporate Databases Fail Mobile Test

 
 
By eweek  |  Posted 2012-05-28
 
 
 

Corporate Databases Fail Mobile Test

Reported by Eric Lundquist; Illustrated by Brian Moore

Corporate Databases Fail Mobile Test

Corporate Databases Fail Mobile Test - Data Needs to Be Protected

92 percent of respondents feel there is a need to protect the data on removable media devices.

Corporate Databases Fail Mobile Test - Data Needs to Be Protected

Corporate Databases Fail Mobile Test - But Most Data Is Unprotected

60 percent of the data stored on removable media devices is not protected.

Corporate Databases Fail Mobile Test - But Most Data Is Unprotected

Corporate Databases Fail Mobile Test - The Data on Mobile Devices Is Critical

25 percent of respondents admit to storing business-critical data on removable media devices.

Corporate Databases Fail Mobile Test - The Data on Mobile Devices Is Critical

Corporate Databases Fail Mobile Test - A Lack of Corporate Policy

Only 19 percent of respondents work for a company that either had a policy in place for removable devices or had a technical solution to protect data on removable media.

Corporate Databases Fail Mobile Test - A Lack of Corporate Policy

Corporate Databases Fail Mobile Test - A Plethora of Devices

75 percent of respondents reported using more than one removable media device. On the average, users reported relying on seven removable media devices.

Corporate Databases Fail Mobile Test - A Plethora of Devices

Corporate Databases Fail Mobile Test - Losing Your Data

Survey respondents reported having lost, on average, two to three devices.

Corporate Databases Fail Mobile Test - Losing Your Data

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