sponsored by Code42
Posted:  24 Dec 2013
Published:  24 Dec 2013
Format:  PDF
Length:  1  Page(s)
Type:  White Paper
Language:  English

Businesses that have already implemented BYOD have seen a significant increase in work productivity. However, it’s also crucial to keep in mind the inherent risks of allowing employees to use their personal, unmanaged devices to access corporate networks.

In this quick read, uncover a checklist of 5 things to include in your mobile security strategy that would immediately ensure enterprise-wide data protection. Here’s a  sneak peek at the first 2 tips:

  • Implement acceptable use policies and enforce compliance
  • Prevent rooting/jail-breaking

Click through to uncover the last 3 key points!

Compliance (Systems Operations) | Data Security | Mobile Device Management | Mobile Workers | Network Security | Risk Management | Security | Security Best Practices | Security Infrastructure | Security Management | Security Managers | Security Policies | Security Threats | Smart Phones | Tablet PC | Vulnerability Management

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