PRN: Mobile Device Security Research Might Affect U.K. Request That London Workers Telecommute During 2012 Olympics
Mobile Device Security Research Might Affect U.K. Request That London Workers Telecommute During 2012 Olympics
MCLEANSVILLE, North Carolina, April 23, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- Research that might affect the telecommuting of London workers during the 2012 Olympics will be released this week by Litera (www.litera.com) at the upcoming Infosecurity Europe 2012.Â Â Litera, a leading provider of risk management solutions for legal and corporate markets worldwide, will provide visitors with its recent survey of over 300 CIOs, IT and legal professionals, Mobile Device Usage and Document Security, and an accompanying white paper entitled The Risks in a Mobile World of Hidden Data in Documents. Metadact-e, the only patented, server-based metadata cleaning solution that removes potentially damaging content from e-mail messages and attachments sent via webmail and mobile devices will be demonstrated. The company will also demo Change-Pro TDC, it! s flagship document comparison product. "Our survey data merits security professionals attention, especially in light of the request from U.K. authorities that London-based businesses ask their employees to work from home during the 2012 Olympics," said Karen Massand, Litera's president. "Telecommuting can be done effectively and securely, but it requires specific measures to ensure sensitive data is not leaked via mobile devices and webmail. We look forward to sharing our findings with this elite group of Information Security professionals."Â
Infosecurity Europe 2012, known as Europe's No.1 Information Security Event, will take place April 24th to 26th at the Earls Court Exhibition Centre in West London, UK. Litera will be demonstrating Metadact-e and Change-Pro and distributing its survey and white paper at booth J88.Â Â
Litera is a Gold certified Microsoft ISV and offers a comprehensive suite of document creation, collaboration, comparison, control and metadata cleaning software that provides users with unsurpassed content confidence enabling them to manage their documents and data with a degree of control not available through any other solution on the market. Litera's patented professional productivity applications meet the critical content and risk management needs of today's business professionals, including many of the world's leading law firms and major corporations. For more information visit: www.litera.com.