Hello, I'm doing some research on MDM solutions and wanted to identify the risk of unencrypted data on iOS 7. I know that the data on the iPhone is encrypted with a passcode (e.g. mail). But if you open a mail attachment into a 3rd party app (e.g. dropbox or quickoffice), that file then becomes unencrypted. So if a phone is stolen, is it as simple as someone plugging the device into their computer, running some simple hack software, and it'll give them access to all unencrypted data (i.e. the email attachment)? Any help appreciated. Can't seem to find that much on the net and the question of not just whether it's possible to get that data, but how easy it is to get, is not easy to answer. The ease of retrieving that data determines the level of risk of having that unencrypted data. Thanks!