Survey: Employees Mistrust Policies; Some Orgs Don’t Have Them At All
BYODJuly 18, 2013
An online survey of almost 3,000 employees in the U.S., UK and Germany showed that when it comes to “bring your own device (BYOD),” only 30 percent said they trust their employer to keep personal information private and not use it against them, The Telegraph reports. The survey indicated a level of confusion over what constitutes personal information. Meanwhile, ZDNet cites Acronis' 2013 Data Protection Trends Research report indicating the majority of Australian organizations don’t have a BYOD policy and 33 percent don’t allow personal devices into the corporate network.