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Crushing the 6 Risks of BYOD: Policy Advice
Crushing the 6 Risks of BYOD: Policy Advice
Crushing the 6 Risks of BYOD: Policy Advice
Crushing the 6 Risks of BYOD: Policy Advice
Crushing the 6 Risks of BYOD: Policy Advice
Crushing the 6 Risks of BYOD: Policy Advice
Crushing the 6 Risks of BYOD: Policy Advice
Crushing the 6 Risks of BYOD: Policy Advice
Crushing the 6 Risks of BYOD: Policy Advice
Crushing the 6 Risks of BYOD: Policy Advice
Crushing the 6 Risks of BYOD: Policy Advice
Crushing the 6 Risks of BYOD: Policy Advice
Crushing the 6 Risks of BYOD: Policy Advice
Crushing the 6 Risks of BYOD: Policy Advice
Crushing the 6 Risks of BYOD: Policy Advice
Crushing the 6 Risks of BYOD: Policy Advice
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Crushing the 6 Risks of BYOD: Policy Advice

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Fiberlink and Aaron Tantleff of Foley & Lardner explore 6 risks of bring your own device and provide policy guidance. …

Fiberlink and Aaron Tantleff of Foley & Lardner explore 6 risks of bring your own device and provide policy guidance.

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  • Rarely does the opportunity present itself that a support model can be redefined. In today’s mobile norm, that opportunity is upon us now. It is only possible with the influx of new innovation and technology.We believe that to manage mobility today, you need to view device management across multiple facets. Users – need to support their mobile lifestyle. Personal devices, multiple devices per user Device – lifecycle management for all devices now, not just PC’s. MAC, iOS, Android, devices no longer a one to one ratio. How are you deploying and managing these. Applications – Ability to distribute and manage in-house applications as well as purchased apps. Enterprise – The enterprise crosses all of the other three facets. How about true one window, one system approach. Operational efficiencies, policy settings across users and devices, Auditing and compliance. By considering and implementing an approach which covers all four of these areas, you will be taking a very strategic and complete approach to mobile device management.
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    • 1. Crushing the 6 Risks of BYOD Policy Advice from an Industry Expert Rob Patey, Fiberlink Aaron Tantleff, Foley & Lardner LLP 1
    • 2. Today’s Exclusive Offer • One free-trial registrant will win an iPad • Four free-trial sign-ups will be offered an initial consultation with Aaron Tantleff to discuss BYOD policy • All free-trial sign-ups will be given a 60 minute BYOD Jump Start with a Fiberlink Customer Engineer trials.maas360.com 2
    • 3. Setting the Stage • The Six Real Risks of BYOD • Creating a Policy to Minimize Risk • Implementing the Technology to Enforce Policy 3
    • 4. 6 Risks of 4 BYOD You May Not Have Considered Aaron Tantleff atantleff@foley.com 312.832.4367©2012 Foley & Lardner LLP • Attorney Advertising • Prior results do not guarantee a similar outcome • Models used are not cli ents but may be representative of clients • 321 N. Clark Street, Suite 2800, Chicago, IL 60654 • 312.832.4500
    • 5. 5The 6 Risks of BYOD Mixing Business and Personal Data Software Licensing Discovery/Border Searches/Seizures Worker Injuries Shared Use of Device Employee Device Disposal©2012 Foley & Lardner LLP
    • 6. Poll Question #1 • What influenced your organization to implement a Bring Your Own Device program? a) Employees were already bringing their own devices b) Employees urged management to consider c) Management envisioned productivity and/or cost- savings d) A combination of employees and management were in favor 6
    • 7. 7Mixing Business and PersonalData Data Segregation Privacy Concerns – Employee – Third Parties Other “data” – the Great American Novel Location Tacking Remote Wipe©2012 Foley & Lardner LLP
    • 8. 8Software Licensing Company Software – Which Applications? – What do the Licenses Say? Employee Personal Software – Ex. Microsoft Office Home Get Ready for Audits©2012 Foley & Lardner LLP
    • 9. 9Discovery/BorderSearches/Seizures BYOD are fair game in litigation – Employees must understand Litigation hold Cost of responding to discovery Beware at the border – Data and devices can be copied or seized©2012 Foley & Lardner LLP
    • 10. Poll Question 2 • Do you believe your company could be liable for injuries sustained while driving and using a device? a) Yes b) No 10
    • 11. 11Worker Injuries Repetitive Stress and other Work Related Injuries can arise from device use Disclaim Liability Urge Employees to Follow Vendor Recommendations Check Insurance Coverages©2012 Foley & Lardner LLP
    • 12. 12Shared Use of Device Friends, Family, Neighbors, etc… Risk cannot be Completely Controlled – Impossible to Obtain Consent – Policy Coverage Security Implications Company Proprietary and Confidential Information at Risk Privacy and other Issues©2012 Foley & Lardner LLP
    • 13. 13Employee Device Disposal EOL of BYOD eBay Threat, Garage Sales, Craigslist – Army hardware being sold on streets of Afghanistan – Broker-Dealer Blackberry on eBay Company Notice of Sale or Transfer – Policy Issue Terminated Employees Likely to be Reluctant©2012 Foley & Lardner LLP
    • 14. 14Making a BYOD Policy Business Case Developing an Approach – Anything Goes – Approved Devices Only – Stipend – Ownership All Stakeholders Involved in Policy Development Integration with Existing Company Policies Draft an Understandable Policy – Most Common Failure Participation is a Privilege, Not a Right Presentation to Employees©2012 Foley & Lardner LLP
    • 15. 15Summary BYOD is here to stay Understand Key Risks Develop Workable Policies that Support the Business Case Train Employees to Ensure they Understand their Obligations Follow-up Develop and Institute Enforcement Procedures©2012 Foley & Lardner LLP
    • 16. Implementing BYOD Technology Visualize the entire mobile computing environment Manage users, devices, apps, and expenses across the enterprise Secure corporate data and enforce compliance 16
    • 17. Questions or follow-up?Put Your Policy into Practice! rpatey@fiberlink.com atantleff@foley.com • One free-trial registrant will win an iPad • Four free-trial sign-ups will be offered an initial consultation with Aaron Tantleff to discuss BYOD policy • All free-trial sign-ups will be given a 60 minute BYOD Jump Start with a Fiberlink Customer Engineer trials.maas360.com 17

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