Bring your own device, or BYOD, policies are increasingly allowing employees to use personally owned devices for business purposes. In this video, discover the purpose and objectives of bring your own device policies. Learn about the privacy and ownership
- [Instructor] The consumerization of technology leads…to a situation where an organization's employees…often own personal computing devices…that are comfortable and familiar.…Employees want to bring those devices into the workplace…and use them with corporate information…to make themselves more productive.…This environment where users bring their own devices…to a corporate environment is known…as Bring Your Own Device or BYOD.…BYOD is a radical change in the computing environment…from a time when employers always provided employees…with computing devices…to the current environment,…where many employees choose…to supplement employer-provided devices…with their own technology.…
Industry analysts expect this shift to continue.…In fact, Gartner recently estimated that,…within the next few years,…half of all employers will require employees…to bring their own devices for use at work.…The growth of BYOD practices brings a variety…of new policy issues to the forefront.…Organizations must have clear guidelines about BYOD…
- IP addresses
- Routers, switches, and bridges
- VPNs and VPN concentrators
- Network intrusion detection and prevention
- Managing secure networks
- Tuning and configuring SIEMs
- Troubleshooting digital certificates
- Personnel, host, and mobile device security
- Mobile device management and tracking
- Securing common protocols
Skill Level Beginner
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1. TCP/IP Suite
2. Network Security Devices
3. Managing Secure Networks
4. Wireless Networking
5. Security and Monitoring Technologies
6. Security Assessment Tools
7. Security Troubleshooting
8. Personnel Security
9. Host Security
10. Mobile Device Security
11. Securing Protocols
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