"That opens up a whole host of issues around how enterprises deal with people having their own security on their devices, and how that interacts with the enterprise's ability to monitor and manage that device," Vinsik said.
Frymier said software sandbox models, in which enterprises deploy mobile apps in an environment that is totally isolated from other applications, will continue to gain acceptance. By employing this model, organizations can stop, start, install and uninstall corporate mobile apps without affecting other parts of the mobile device.
Among financial institutions, advances such as embedded biometrics in mobile devices will give rise to greater acceptance of consumer banking transactions and e-commerce on mobile devices. Likewise, 2014 will see banks further exploring the use of self-service outlets and kiosks that require a combination of physical and digital security methods, including biometrics.
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