Diana Kelley, SecurityCurve | Jennifer Minella, Viszen Security | Jason James, Net Health | Daniel Goldfeld, Perimeter 81
As we move towards a post-pandemic world of WFA (work from anywhere) supporting remote and hybrid working BYOD (bring your own device or devices) has become a standard operating practice. And while there are many financial upsides to BYOD there is also a loss of corporate control over that device.
An efficient BYOD policy should address the amount of control and visibility the company has over the employee owned device, the tools employees are allowed to use on their personal devices, the rights of the employees when it comes to accessing and retaining data, the security of devices and much more.
BYOD is more relevant now than ever before: what key considerations must be made when it comes to your BYOD policy, what mistakes must you avoid, and are there compelling reasons for companies to still supply devices rather than go all in on BYOD?
Join us as we discuss:
- Managing employee owned devices without sacrificing security and privacy
- How to equip your employees with the knowledge needed to keep devices safe when working from home
- What to prioritise when creating your BYOD policy
- International privacy considerations for BYOD around the globe
- The future of BYOD; where do we go from here?