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Reader Poll One of the findings emerging from our latest poll is that many of you are highlighting a lack of exec awareness and air cover when it comes to mobile security.

This in turn appears to translate to a lack of funding to put the systems in place to cope with new devices, BYOD and so on.

Is this something you are experiencing? If so, then tell us about it. Either way, we want your views on how needs and challenges are evolving. For example, which represents the greater threat: user ignorance, negligence or malice - or are all three a problem?

We are also interested in the tactics you are looking at to deal with the double-edged sword that mobile and flexible working represents.

Click here to get started.

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