Mobile Device E-mail Policy

Posted on 2010-11-23
Last Modified: 2012-08-13
My organization wants to implement an e-mail policy for mobile devices.  To be more specific, we want each user that is allowed e-mail access (MS Exchange) on his mobile device to sign a contract that mentions the risk involved if a device is lost or stolen.  It should also mention that the IT Department will wipe a device if deemed necessary.  

Does anyone have experience with this type of contract?  I've been trying to find a contract that has already been written so that it contains the necessary legal jargon in it rather than making one from scratch that might leave loopholes.
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a Template Mobile Phone Information Security Policy is available at

it is provided free of charge and is intended to be modified as appropriate for use for your organisation. you may try to refine it as per your particular policy and append it to your company's existing contract if necessary.

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