If your organization has a BYOD policy that allows users to choose among popular mobile platforms, there's a good chance that some of them are using Android devices. World-wide Google's mobile OS has almost 85% of the smart phone market and in the U.S., comes in with just over half the market (51.5%).
That means some of your workers might be storing sensitive business data on Android phones. And that's why the news that the next version of Android, due to be released sometime in the next few months, will encrypt data by default instead of requiring encryption to be explicitly enabled.
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