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Are ALL of your employees applying ALL security updates to ALL of their devices?

Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) is a dynamic trend fuelled by end-user behavior that is being embraced by organizations worldwide. BYOD is blurring the lines between the notion of work and play and, consequently, it is reshaping corporate IT in a major way.

Vulnerable software on endpoints has become one of the most popular attack vectors with cybercriminals. So, how does an organization balance the need for freedom with the need for security? This paper reviews these challenges and outlines best practice recommendations for implementing a BYOD strategy as part of corporate endpoint security.

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