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BYOD and Mobile Security Report 2013

par on Apr 18, 2013

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Welcome to the 2013 BYOD & Mobile Security Report! Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) is a popular topic this year as more companies are adopting employee-owned mobile devices (or deciding against it for ...

Welcome to the 2013 BYOD & Mobile Security Report! Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) is a popular topic this year as more companies are adopting employee-owned mobile devices (or deciding against it for security and data control reasons). The 160,000 member Information Security Community on LinkedIn conducted the survey “BYOD & Mobile Security 2013” to shed some light on the drivers for BYOD, how companies will benefit
from BYOD, and how they respond to the security risks associated
with this trend. The results are in - we received more than 1,600 responses and found interesting insights into BYOD adoption patterns and mobile security practices. We hope you will enjoy the report. Thanks to everyone who participated in the survey!

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  • SunilNair12 Sunil Nair, Manager - Global Alliances at Tata Consultancy Services Limited It is a good presentation and intersting to note that the adoption is still only edged to 40%. However, security still being the concern in enterprises adopting BYOD. Il y a 11 mois
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  • IsmailRahman1 Ismail Rahman an industry perspective would be great Il y a 12 mois
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  • OscarFuster Oscar Fuster Another interesting observation of the survey is that 60 of organizations have not yet adopted BYOD. I would adjust that to 60% have not officially adopted BYOD. My guess is that 100% are using BYOD just not officialy sanctioned by the organization. I remember years ago going to an Army installation and asking one of their IT Admins if they had wireless devices and the answer was absolutely not. I ran a scan of their wireless frequencies and found 19 access points scattered throughout the fort. The point is that the 60% need to get moving. Il y a 12 mois
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  • OscarFuster Oscar Fuster It's interesting that the most popular mobile business applications are email, calendar and contact management. However, I wonder if that's because those are the default basic applications that come with all mobile devices. I bet if a standard default application was a mobile file explorer if that would also be listed as most popular. The fact is that smart phones and tablets don't have traditional file systems like PCs and Laptops. That does not mean users would not love to be able to access any of their authorized enterprise content and files right were it is in their enterprise network and SharePoint farms without having to move it around to Dropbox like environments, I also bet that IT Admins would love to be able to control and monitor the use and access to that content. There is at least one solution out there that already does this securely and should become ubiquitous in short term. mobilEcho Il y a 12 mois
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  • awcrowe64 awcrowe64 The survey should have included at least the size of the organizations and maybe their industry. Il y a 12 mois
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  • guttaldeepak guttaldeepak Network Security at Manufacturing Co. Il y a 1 an
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  • atillaelci atillaelci I'm surprised at the extent of BYOD adoption and prospects. Nice work; very timely.
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