White Paper:
Overcoming BYOD security risks

Now more than ever, organisations need simple, secure, and scalable ways to restore business operations. But that’s hard to do when unexpected events cause your workforce to have to work away from their traditional offices and are unable to access their IT tools. This brings about a unique set of challenges for an organisation.

Allowing employees to use their own computers and smartphones – a practice commonly known as Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) is a cost-effective and sustainable solution. Giving employees the choice to work on the device that they want to and the agility to set it up quickly.

However, many organisations, especially those with employees handling highly sensitive information as part of their day-to-day work, have been reluctant to embrace BYOD believing that, without adequate visibility or control over employee-owned devices, security can’t be guaranteed.

In this practical guide, we look at how organisations can overcome their reluctance and mitigate the security risks associated with traditional BYOD practices.

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