Privacy Advisor

Bring your own device: Bringing solutions or problems?

The concept of “bring your own device” (BYOD) has been gaining ground over recent months and is now a key agenda item for many businesses considering whether to embrace the trend of allowing employees to use their own equipment for work. However, there is more to the debate than the potential cost savings--or flexibility--that BYOD can offer. BYOD raises difficult data security and privacy issues including confidentiality, data ownership and access rights.

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