Honey Stick Report Results
sponsored by Symantec Corporation

Smartphones have become a key asset in today’s highly connected workplace. However, the theft or loss of a smartphone can expose businesses and users to security risks such as loss of data stored on the device, as well as data residing in corporate systems or cloud applications.

The Symantec Smartphone Honey Stick Project is an experiment involving 50 “lost” smartphones, demonstrating what smartphone users should expect to happen to their smartphones if they are lost and then found by a stranger. View this report now to explore key findings more in-depth and uncover key recommendations for protecting mobile devices and sensitive information:

  • 96% of lost smartphones were accessed by finders of devices.
  • 89% of devices were accessed for personal related apps and information.
  • 83% of devices were accessed for corporate related apps and information.
  • And more
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