I am a sysadmin for company X. They are interested in allowing ActiveSync access to devices that support local offline encryption of the downloaded attachments and email data.
Considering how the iPhone encrypts local data, where you need to have a 3GS phone or newer with the latest IOS, and click a configuration setting... what offline security provisions are in the Android phone?
I want to prevent a situation where a user can steal an Android phone, and copy off the non-encrypted data.
How can I ensure that ActiveSync data downloaded locally to the device is protected?
Is there anything specific to version 2.2 that applies?