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It is no secret that cyber security is a component of the business that should never be ignored. While many businesses do take the basic actions necessary to better protect their business, they may still be leaving themselves open to potential attacks. This is because a lot of businesses now have a bring your own device (BYOD) policy where employees can do things like connect their work email to their personal phone, tablet, or even personal computer.
Benefits of a BYOD Policy
There are many reasons companies may decide that a BYOD policy can benefit their company. Many employees actually prefer it because they can easily work from home if they need to and it can make their lives that much easier. These are the main benefits of having a BYOD policy and it doesn’t look like it will be going anywhere anytime soon. While it is definitely something that can benefit many companies and employees, it is also something that can cause a great headaches for IT departments because they are poised with keeping all data safe.
How IT Departments Can Keep Everyone Safer
There are a few tricks that IT departments can implement that will allow all data to be more secure. These are just a few of those strategies:
While many things can happen on BYOD devices, you need to take the time to implement a strategy and some safeguards to make sure all company and sensitive data is secure, even if the device is hacked or lost. For more information in the United States, be sure to contact CPU, Inc via (419) 872-9119 or info@CPUonline.com.
Published on 28th December 2016 by Jeanne DeWitt.