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Old 01-20-2011, 09:05 AM   #3 (permalink)
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Default Re: Best Security Practices for a Bank Holding Company

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Originally Posted by KapsBB View Post
I work at a bank holding company, so we have many users with very sensitive data on their BlackBerry. I am wondering what would be the best policies and restrictions to implement in order to make sure all the data is secure on the BB especially if it is lost. These are our current security policies in place. We are running BES 5.0.

Password
Password Pattern Checks - Set it so no simple pass like 1234 or qwer can be used.
Maximum Password Age - 30 Days
Maximum Security Timeout - 15 Minutes
Minimum Password Length - 6
Password Required - Yes
Maximum Password History - 4
Suppress Password Echo - Yes
Maximum Password Attempts - 8
Password Timeout - 15 Minutes

Security
Disallow Third Party Applications Downloads - yes
Just how sensative is it?

also might want to make sure they cant forward an email to another account as well.

maybe even disbale BBM or at least set a peer to peer encryption key so only BES users to BES users can BBM.
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