Mobile & Wireless Slideshow: Enterprise Mobility: 'Backdoor' Devices Frighten CIOs

By Don Reisinger  |  Posted 03-16-2011

77%

77 percent of respondents believe management of mobile security has been "less consistent" than management of traditional computing devices that are on the network. "Time, resources and budget" are among the reasons given.

77%

77%

77 percent of respondents say they have no idea what data is on all the mobile devices in their enterprise.

77%

23%

Just 23 percent of respondents say they track corporate data on every single mobile device running on their network.

23%

46%

46 percent of CIOs track data only on corporate-owned mobile devices, and not on employee-owned devices.

46%

78%

78 percent of respondents say that they have no idea "what mobile devices are connected to the corporate network in real-time."

78%

76%

76 percent of respondents said that trying to secure corporate data is becoming a bigger than ever issue due to the sheer number of employee-owned mobile devices in the enterprise.

76%

56%

Just over half of respondents said that they have the ability to remotely wipe mobile devices that are lost or stolen.

56%

44%

44 percent of respondents cannot remotely wipe mobile devices that have been lost or stolen.

44%

72%

72 percent of respondents in the U.S. say WikiLeaks causes them to worry more about the safety of corporate data on mobile devices.

72%

57%

In the U.K., 57 percent of respondents say that WikiLeaks is making them think more about the safety of corporate data on mobile devices.

57%