Top 7 best Practices for Mobile Security in a BYOD Environment

In the modern workplace, the Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) trend has become increasingly prevalent, revolutionizing how businesses operate and employees collaborate. While BYOD offers flexibility and convenience, it also introduces significant security challenges, particularly in the realm of mobile devices. As organizations adapt to this new paradigm, it’s crucial to implement robust mobile security […]

Cybersecurity news headlines trending on Google

The Navy Exchange Service‘s sale of Lenovo laptops at steep discounts and duty-free rates has raised concerns among U.S. lawmakers due to the manufacturer’s ties to the People’s Republic of China. There are apprehensions that these laptops could potentially contain pre-installed malware aimed at spying on users in Western countries. While currently, this is only […]

IGEL Launches the UD Pocket2, a Portable Dual Mode USB Device for Secure End User Computing from Anywhere

New, Dual Mode USB Device with Both USB-A and USB-C Connectors Gives Secure, Manageable and Rapid Access to VDI and Cloud Workspaces for BYOD and Work-from-Home Users on a Broader Range of x86-64 Endpoint Devices.   SAN FRANCISCO, January 14, 2021 – IGEL, provider of the next-gen edge OS for cloud workspaces, today released the UD Pocket2, […]

The Ins and Outs of Securing BYOD

This post was originally published by  Juan Lugo. Cloud adoption is transforming the way business is conducted on a larger scale. The integration of SaaS (software as a service) applications via the cloud is transcending individual and organizational productivity and overall employee morale. Moreover, it has enhanced efficiency, dynamism, and employee retention for organizations globally. Read more […]

How to Do the Impossible and Secure BYOD

This post was originally published here by Will Houcheime. The use of cloud tools in the enterprise is becoming increasingly common, enabling employees to collaborate and work incredibly efficiently. On top of this, when employees are allowed to work from their personal devices (known as bring your own device or BYOD), it makes it even easier […]

How to Protect Data in a BYOD World

This post was originally published here by Mike Schuricht. Every day, more and more corporate information is moving to employees’ personal devices. This rise of BYOD (bring your own device) provides increased flexibility and productivity to employees and, consequently, the organizations for which they work. However, it also creates new cybersecurity concerns. Traditional tools built for corporate-owned, […]

Half of the organizations suffer mobile attacks through WiFi

A recently released iPass Mobile Security Report of 2018 has discovered that 57 percent of 500 organizations from the US, UK, Germany, and France suspect that their mobile workers were hacked in the last 12 months. And 87 percent of respondents believe that the hack could have taken place through Wi-Fi. iPass Mobile Security Report […]

Identity and Authentication in a BYOD World

This post was originally published here by  Chantelle Patel. The growing demand for mobility in the workplace is causing IT departments to rethink how they allow users to access corporate data. Bring your own device (BYOD) programs are becoming more popular in large enterprises because they offer increased savings and flexibility for employees working remotely. While there […]

Insider Threats are increasing due to BYOD trend!

A recently conducted ‘Insider Threat’ survey by DTex confirms that BYOD explosion is helping threat landscape increase in organizations across the United States. The security vendor also confirmed in its report that nearly half or 48% of the 400 IT pros participating in the survey have confirmed that detecting and mitigating insider threats is becoming […]

repeal and replace

This post was originally published here by  Nat Kausik. Repeal and replace might have controversial connotations, but not in this case.    This week, we received yet another inquiry on our webchat line.  Media conglomerate rolled out MobileIron and failed.  Then tried AirWatch and failed.   Rather than fail again with free Intune, they thought […]

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