Hello, I am not sure this topic was discussed but I thought I would start a thread about this. Since it is a well known fact that the iPhone 3GS data encryption is a joke is there a way to prevent a thief from retrieving data on an iPhone? Here is a scenario: iPhone gets stolen, thief takes out SIM card to prevent remote wipe (not sure that would even help), thief jailbreaks iPhone and accesses entire file system via SSH. I thought this was ironic, but would it help if people jailbreak their iPhones and change the root password to prevent a hacker from doing this first? My company is thinking of deploying iPhones and from all the articles I've read, the iPhone's security can be bypassed in comparison to the Blackberry just by having a paper clip. Not sure if anyone has ever given it too much thought but maybe we can start a discussion on how to protect the data on your iPhone in case it gets lost or stolen. Anyone else worried?