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Avoiding BYOD disasters

Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) is alive and well and happening in your company. The upside is that many employees willingly add hours to their workday. The downside includes these security pitfalls.

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Avoiding BYOD disasters

  2. Disasters to Avoid Workers Charge Employers More Breaking the Law? Slacking on the Job Cloud Concerns The Dangers of Texting Lost and Not Found Privacy Lawsuits Overtime Lawsuits Trust Issues Corporate Phones Not Really Off In The Headlines Blocked Apps Hacking Risks Virus Risks 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14
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  4. 1. Workers Charge Employers More Employees may take advantage of BYOD policies in a way that cost businesses money. They might sign up for expensive data plans, accumulate overseas charges, or leave companies with upgrade expenses. 2. Breaking the Law? Many IT leaders think their company’s BYOD program is not up to date with current regulations meaning data access on personal devices might not be fully compliant with the law. Show as a list
  5. 3. Slacking on the Job BYOD policies are supposed to increase employee productivity. Some workers, however, spend more time playing games or checking social media. 4. Cloud Concerns Data saved in cloud storage is out of the company’s hands. Thus, corporate data has a higher risk of being lost or stolen if used on a consumer cloud service. Show as a list
  6. 5. The Dangers of Texting Text messages on personal devices don’t appear on the company’s network. That makes it easier for employees to share company information with competitors. 6. Lost and Not Found The full remote wipe is the safeguard against stolen data on a lost phone, but many employees will wait days or weeks at a time to report a stolen device. ? ?? Show as a list
  7. 7. Privacy Lawsuits BYOD policies will often cover matters of privacy. Even that sometimes isn’t enough to prevent lawsuits against the company if employees think policies go too far. 8. Overtime Lawsuits BYOD allows employees to work outside of office hours. That might create a problem for hourly employees and questions concerning overtime wages. Show as a list
  8. 9. Trust Issues BYOD by its very nature deals with a lot of concerns over privacy. Surveys show only a small percentage of workers completely trust their company to keep personal information private. 10. Corporate Phones Not Really Off Companies turn off corporate-owned phones if employees choose to use their own personal devices. But 10% of the time, those phones are still being charged. Show as a list
  9. 11. In The Headlines Data that’s been lost or stolen tends to make its way to the media at some point. That can create a lot of unwanted attention for a business. 12. Blocked Apps Apps like Angry Birds can sometimes lead to decreased productivity. Many companies have responded by blocking those distracting apps, which can cause conflict in the workplace. ! ! Show as a list
  10. 14. Hacking Risks Sometimes, workers bring in personal devices that aren’t secure. Hackers can take advantage of this to infiltrate a business. 13. Virus Risks With a BYOD program, the risk of getting a virus may increase. Viruses not only put company data at risk but personal devices as well. Show as a list
  11. Sources: http://www.citeworld.com/slideshow/113413/12-byod-disaster-scenarios-22213 http://www.cio.in/article/angry-birds-its-biggest-security-threat http://www.smartcompany.com.au/technology/31567-bring-your-own-device-disasters.html# Subscribe to Dell's Tech Page One Digest Want the Latest in Tech News? SIGN ME UP!