Tackling BYOD security issues with data access control methods
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The BYOD (Bring Your Own Device) trend is here to stay, and more and more employees are requiring access to company data and applications from their personal devices. Thankfully, implementing virtual desktop infrastructure (VDI) can help solve many of the security issues brought on by these BYOD initiatives; however, VDI isn’t always the best way to prevent data leakage – another big concern.

This expert e-guide explores how data access control methods such as port knocking and white lists can help solve these BYOD security issues by preventing data leakage.

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