Windows Mobile security tips for the on-the-go pro

David Nielson, Associate Site Editor

The need for Windows Mobile security isn't going away, as portable devices like smartphones, pocket PCs and laptops have become staples for most IT professionals. If you're going to keep up with the security risks that come with mobile devices like this, you need to know how to test Windows Mobile security, which tools are best for use with Windows-based handhelds and about general mobile device hardening best practices. These tips are designed to help you do just that, as well as teach you how to test network security from a Windows Mobile device.

Windows Mobile security: Get it locked down
Security for Windows Mobile is a very real concern that cannot be ignored. Learn about the risks connected with mobile devices and some organizational must-haves in this tip.

Security tools that can boost Windows Mobile security
Security tools that improve Windows Mobile security can be hard to find. Take a look at this list of security tools, as put together by Windows security expert Kevin Beaver.

Free security testing tools for Windows handheld devices
With these no-cost security testing tools, you can check network security from Windows handheld devices.

This was first published in November 2008

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