According to a recent survey by Netelligent, 67 percent of bankers keep their smartphones password-protected. That tops the 59 percent of healthcare workers and the 64 percent of lawyers who also use passwords. But what explains the 40 percent of bankers who are eschewing this simple security practice? Also, only 53 percent of bankers feel that their employers are ready for problems that could arise from Bring Your Own Device policies. But again that's better than the healthcare sector (where 36 percent say their employers are ready) and the legal field (46 percent).
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