The most secure approach for organizations to take when it comes to the Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) trend is to prohibit them altogether – but that often just isn’t practical. Employees today expect to be able to connect to work resources with their personally-owned laptops, tablets and phones – and doing so allows them to get more work done, which benefits the company.
But that doesn’t mean you should give them free reign on your network. This article examines three strategies for supporting a BYOD program within your organization while protecting the network from the inherent risks. Take a look: