What is a good approach in writing a wireless and handheld device usage policy?
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Some specific questions need to be answered first. 1. The first critical question to ask is what information classification(s) will pass through, be processed on, or reside on the wireless or handheld device? If the information passing through, being processed on, or residing on the device is non-critical, such as Public or Internal Use Only, the policy can be less stringent. If the information passing through, being processed, or residing on the device is mission critical, such as Restricted or Confidential, stringent controls need to be implemented. Your company's information classification policy may dictate much of this policy.
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