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How to Reduce Cybersecurity Risks of Bring Your Own Device Policies (Part Two of Two)

The second article of the two-part series further discusses the risks companies take on when allowing employees to bring their own devices into the office for work-related purposes. Loeb & Loeb partner Ieuan Jolly is quoted stating “Applications used on mobile phones, laptops and tablets to access company networks often cache corporate data to improve response time.  These generic efficiency applications make it easier for data to be stolen.” Jolly also discusses how mobile device management programs and proper protocols for outgoing employees and lost devices can reduce “bring your own device” or BYOD risks.

Click here to read the article on the Cyber Security Law Report website.