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Tag Archives: BYOD

New White Paper: Fueling the Next Wave of Cybersecurity for Today’s Interconnected World

Interconnected World of Mobile Devices

Today’s mobile devices empower employees to stay connected to the office no matter where they are. Our mobile-first world has made companies more efficient and individuals more productive — it has also fueled a new gateway for cyberattacks that IT and InfoSec professionals need to defend against.

Here are just a few compelling examples of the impact Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) policies are having on information security: Continue reading

Keeping Data Secure in a BYOD World

Data Security With BYOD

As smartphones, tablets, and laptops have become increasingly intertwined with our daily lives, they’ve become a more integral part of our work lives too. The majority of companies have adopted policies that empower employees to use their own devices for work versus only having company-issued devices.

Welcome to the world of BYOD (Bring Your Own Device), fueled by the larger trend around the consumerization of IT. This shift means that consumer technology is now influencing business processes, whereas the opposite was once true. The statistics tell a compelling story: Continue reading

9 Mobile Statistics That Will Make You Rethink Your 2019 Cybersecurity Strategy

mobile cybersecurity smartphone laptop

Cybercrime is a lucrative business, and IT and Information Security (InfoSec) professionals’ jobs are only getting harder.

Advancements in mobile technology have transformed every employee into a roaming cybersecurity vulnerability. Many of us are now using our personal smartphones for work purposes. And, while that may seem harmless and cost-effective for an organization, personal mobile devices are now more powerful than the PCs of several years ago — and they’re just as open to cyber intrusions by hackers. This can lead to compromised data, resulting in breaches that can cost organizations millions of dollars per incident. Continue reading

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