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Top 10 BYOD Risks Facing The Enterprise

From lost devices to cloud storage services, the risks imposed by employee-owned mobile devices could expose sensitive corporate data or, worse, enable an attacker to gain access to the corporate network.

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1. Lost Or Stolen Devices

Lost or stolen devices are the biggest risk to organizations that allow employees to connect their personally owned device to the corporate network. Some businesses have implemented ways to remotely wipe any corporate data, such as email and contacts, from a lost device. Pushback from employees who don't want to give their employer unfettered access to their device has prompted companies to take a closer look at containerization. By containerizing business data on the device, IT teams can have the ability to selectively wipe corporate data if the device is lost or stolen.

 
 
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