The Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) movement is sweeping through corporations across the globe, increasing productivity, communication and collaboration among employees. Yet figuring out how to secure these devices and the access they have to corporate IT systems remains a top concern among IT departments. Attackers are crafting security threats to
hone in on mobile devices as the next big opportunity for exploitation, while the potential for loss or stolen devices raises valid concerns about unauthorized access to sensitive corporate information and data breaches. Yet users -- and often executives -- are demanding to use their preferred devices to get their work done, so IT must develop mobility strategies that blend flexibility and choice with security.
In this eGuide CIO, CSO and Network World offer insight and advice on the BYOD trend and how it impacts security.
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