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BYOD Policy

Is our BYOD policy secure?

Is our BYOD policy secure?

BYOD policies have exploded in the past five years, enabling employees to access company files on their own devices around the clock. According to a 2014 report by Check Point, however, more than half of IT executives reported that BYOD security incidents cost their organisations more than $250,000 in a two-year period.1

It is possible to continue to support BYOD policies without compromising security or breaking your budget. Ask security teams about current offerings’ single sign-on capabilities and self-service password management. Mobility management tools like Microsoft Enterprise Mobility Suite can keep employees connected to the apps they need, without compromising security. In a Microsoft Office 365 economic impact report by Forrester, 28% of enterprise users reported seeing an improvement in mobile data security, due to Enterprise Mobility Suite’s ability to remote-wipe data from lost devices.2

Additionally, Office 365 Mobile Device Management (MDM) can help secure your businesses devices from anywhere. Your IT team can manage mobile device policies, and perform a selective wipe of Office 365 data if an employee leaves your organisation, saving your HR, IT, and security departments time and headaches.

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1 Infosecurity Magazine: BYOD Security Incident Costs Exceed $250,000

2 Forrester report: The Total Economic Impact™ of Microsoft Office 365, October 2014