3G Safeguards: Incomplete, Getting Better
Source: United Business Media
With more organizations using mobile broadband networks, IT managers should be very concerned about security. Safeguarding data as it travels the airwaves may be only part of a mobile security policy - enterprises must secure their devices and the data they store - but the airwaves are a good place to start. The good news about wireless security is that today's mobile broadband networks have some enhanced security functions built in. The latest 3G technologies, including WiMax, have robust encryption options.