by Pieter Arntz
Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) is a policy that allows employees to bring their own devices to the workplace and use them there. At one time, this was the latest bonus to attract and keep employees happy—plus save a few bucks. Nowadays the question is more like: Is there anyone who doesn’t bring his own device (at least a smartphone) to the workplace?
But BYOD is more than just bringing your device along. The expression also implies that you can use your own device to access and use corporate resources. But what are the security issues that this policy opens up for both parties?
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