Security Watch: Legal questions and software riddles define BYOD future

Facing the challenge of ‘bring your own software’ should become a larger priority over the next year.

5th October, 2014

People lose devices all the time, they are small and portable and they fall out of pockets and handbags easily and unfortunately they are prone to be robbed,” said Angela Madden, managing director with Rits Information Security.

When speaking to Connected about where companies need to look to sharpen up their approach to the bring your own device (BYOD) phenomenon, she said the reality is that they need to look at the human element...

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