To BYOD or Not BYOD? Let Your Risk Decide
Before the iPhone came to town, BlackBerry was all the rage. No one had smartphones, but all the cool people had a BlackBerry. Technology evolved, and it was soon out with the old and in with the new, thus giving rise to the somewhat problematic enablement of BYOD programs.
Considering the financial, legal and security factors that come into play with BYOD, deciding whether to allow employees to do work on their personal devices isn’t an easy task. With the inherent lack of control and visibility into personally owned devices, organizations are wondering whether issuing company-owned devices might be the more secure option ...