• Pros and cons of using secure containers for mobile device security

    With BYOD on the rise, IT needs to keep sensitive corporate information safe. Secure containers are one way to do that, but when’s best to use them?

    RMcLaughlin100 pointsBadges:
  • BYOD security is no longer optional

    Attacks on data through mobile devices mean organisations can no longer consider mobile and BYOD security optional.

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  • Managing mobile unified communications in a BYOD environment

    Find out the first steps you should take when managing mobile unified communications in a bring your own device (BYOD) environment.

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  • Is BYOD policy the foundation for mastering enterprise mobility?

    Today, many companies have adopted a mobile-first strategy. But when employees are left to their own devices, InfoSec pros face uncharted territory.

    AEarls1,845 pointsBadges:
  • Wearables security: Do enterprises need a separate WYOD policy?

    Wearable technology is infiltrating the enterprise, much like BYOD has. Expert Michael Cobb discusses the security concerns of wearables and outlines how to create a WYOD policy.

    SearchCloudSecurity3,345 pointsBadges:
  • Security Think Tank: MDM is no BYOD silver bullet

    With BYOD and personal cloud at work, what measures can IT take to ensure security of enterprise data and does MDM really have a role?

    ComputerWeekly2,855 pointsBadges:
  • If mobile remote wipe isn’t an option, will selective wipe do?

    Remote wipe isn't always an option when it comes to securing enterprise BYOD use. Learn how selective wipe and enterprise wipe technology can help erase corporate data on lost devices without compromising personal data.

    SearchCloudSecurity3,345 pointsBadges:
  • BYOD network design: Beyond iPhones and iPads

    Maintaining a BYOD network that enables a more open interpretation requires creative approaches to wireless network engineering.

    Jessica Scarpati2,275 pointsBadges:
  • Should enterprises place their bets on Android for Work?

    With Android for Work, Google gets into the BYOD business. Also in Searchlight: FCC votes yes on Net neutrality; sex bias lawsuit on VC firm Kleiner Perkins shakes up Silicon Valley.

    Fran Sales2,120 pointsBadges:
  • Bring-your-own-device (BYOD) and legal/regulatory compliance

    Bring-your-own-device seems to be an irresistible tide, as employees connect endpoints to the network. So, what can you do to mitigate threats to compliance?

    ITKE366,480 pointsBadges:

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