Enterprise Theft by Cell Phone

Doherty, Eamon P.; Liebesfeld, Joel
October 2007
Security: Solutions for Enterprise Security Leaders;Oct2007, Vol. 44 Issue 10, p63
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The article shows how a chief security officer, working with a counsel, can conduct an investigation of a suspected cellular telephone used in enterprise theft. It is implied that the extraction and examination of data, pictures and documents stored within a cell phone is not difficult. The authorized requestor (AR) may initiate and lead an investigation as a result of such an allegation.


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