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by Tymoteusz A. Góral

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#1097 Best practices for managing the security of BYOD smartphones and tablets
The practice of employees using personal phones and tablets at work is already widespread, with the number of such devices forecast to hit one billion by 2018.

The challenge posed to enterprises by the Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) trend is that it forces them to keep corporate data safe on a plethora of different mobile computers that are not directly under IT's control. Worse, each device can potentially be running a different OS, with different apps installed and different vulnerabilities.

How should organisations approach the security of these devices in a way that doesn't interfere with employees' ability to work?
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#1097 Best practices for managing the security of BYOD smartphones and tablets
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