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One of the biggest “holes” in your defense against a data breach is the cell phone.

I was fascinated to read the results of a recent survey from the Ponemon Institute (for Cyber Research) A little background first, the Ponemon Institute was founded in 2002 by Dr. Larry Ponemon. Headquartered in Michigan, the Ponemon Institute is considered the pre-eminent research center dedicated to privacy, data protection and information security policy. They publish multiple monthly reports, surveys and data concerning all things “cyber.” The following TWITTER post jumped out at me when I was scrolling through the site last week: 51% of respondents on a recent survey do not take any steps to protect the data that is connected to their cell phones. (Ponemon Institute) That is a shocking statistic and I was so amazed at that sentence that I downloaded the entire report and read each word (link to website below) It gets a bit worse… Here are the accompanying statistics: ·      Only 20 percent of respondents describe their use of smartphones or table ...

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