Tablets and smartphones, which employees are bringing into work in "Bring Your Own Device" (BYOD) style, are leading IT managers to ask security questions, starting with whether they should sort out corporate mobile apps and data from personal ones. It's all encouraged a spate of security start-ups to come up with their own answers, and highlighted here are a few that have recently hung out a shingle for mobile security. But it's not just mobile spurring the creation of young security firms out to change the world.
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