BYOD for NonprofitsJune 20, 2013Community IT Innovators Webinar Seriespresented by…Johan Hammerstrom
Webinar Tips• Ask questionsPost questions via chat• InteractRespond to polls during webinar• FocusAvoid multitasking. You ...
About Community ITCommunity IT Innovators partners with nonprofits to help them solve theirstrategic & day-to-day IT chall...
about the presenterJohan HammerstromChief Operating Officerjhammerstrom@communityit.com@hammerstromj
AgendaI. BYOD…a brief historyII. Best PracticesIII. BYOD Risk ManagementIV. BYOD Policy Guidelines
Brief History
Computers used to be big
…and expensive
But then they got smaller
and friendlier…
ubiquitous
and personal.
Consumerization
Best Practices
Best Practices
Best Practices
1. Goal: 90% of 150,000workforce2. Custom AuthenticationSystem3. Reason: Avoid locked-incorporate environmentAggressive BYOD
1. 20% use their own device2. Increasing restrictions onpersonal device use3. Reason: Security concerns4. Dropsmack!Conser...
Risk
Benefits of BYOD1. Reduce hardware & support costs2. Work flexibility3. Employee availability4. User adoption and satisfac...
Risks of BYOD1. Information Security2. Legal3. Financial
Risks of BYOD(b)Personal(a)Org
1. Information Security Risksa) Organization– Data leakage– Vector into the companyb) Personal– Onerous security measures–...
2. Legal Risksa) Organization– Lack of certainty in case law and legislationb) Personal– Personal device could be confisca...
3. Financial Risksa) Organization– Stipends can be more expensive than a singlecorporate plan– IT Support can become entan...
Risks• Security• Legal• FinancialBenefits• Cost• Flexibility• AdoptionRisk/Benefit Analysis
One Size Fits All?• Sales• Accounting• Executive
Guidelines1) Identify Benefitsa) Prioritize for your Organizationb) Establish your strategy2) Identify Risksa) Risk = Impa...
Program Staff Development ExecutiveBenefitsReduce costs 1Work Flexibility 1 1Availability 1 1User adoption 1RisksInfo Secu...
Generic1) BYOD by staff rolea) Exec staff, accessible 24x7 stipend of $80/mob) Senior staff, accessible 10x7 stipend of $5...
the Future
mobile first
authentication
Check out…www.mobilecitizen.org
Upcoming WebinarJuly 25IT Security Best PracticesPresenterSteve LongeneckerMark Kraemer
Next Steps• Connect with us• Provide feedbackShort survey after you exit the webinar. Be sure toinclude any questions that...
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Community IT Innovators - BYOD for Nonprofits

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BYOD stands for Bring Your Own Device. It refers to staff bringing their own devices to work, instead of working on the computer provided by the organization.

BYOD can have its benefits and challenges. It also raises a lot of questions.
- Does your nonprofit have a BYOD policy?
- Does your organization help staff configure their personal devices to use for work?
- How does BYOD affect your organization’s data?

In this webinar Johan Hammerstrom, COO, discussed how nonprofits can prepare for BYOD, leverage the strengths and minimize the challenges.

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Community IT Innovators - BYOD for Nonprofits

  1. 1. BYOD for NonprofitsJune 20, 2013Community IT Innovators Webinar Seriespresented by…Johan Hammerstrom
  2. 2. Webinar Tips• Ask questionsPost questions via chat• InteractRespond to polls during webinar• FocusAvoid multitasking. You may just miss the best part of the presentation• Webinar Powerpoint & RecordingPowerpoint and recording links will be shared after the webinar
  3. 3. About Community ITCommunity IT Innovators partners with nonprofits to help them solve theirstrategic & day-to-day IT challenges.StrategicProactive approach so you can make IT decisions that support yourmission and grow with youCollaborativeTeam of over 40 staff who empower you to make informed IT choicesInvestedWe are committed to supporting your mission, and take care of your ITnetwork as if it were our ownNonprofit focusWorked with over 900 nonprofits since 1993
  4. 4. about the presenterJohan HammerstromChief Operating Officerjhammerstrom@communityit.com@hammerstromj
  5. 5. AgendaI. BYOD…a brief historyII. Best PracticesIII. BYOD Risk ManagementIV. BYOD Policy Guidelines
  6. 6. Brief History
  7. 7. Computers used to be big
  8. 8. …and expensive
  9. 9. But then they got smaller
  10. 10. and friendlier…
  11. 11. ubiquitous
  12. 12. and personal.
  13. 13. Consumerization
  14. 14. Best Practices
  15. 15. Best Practices
  16. 16. Best Practices
  17. 17. 1. Goal: 90% of 150,000workforce2. Custom AuthenticationSystem3. Reason: Avoid locked-incorporate environmentAggressive BYOD
  18. 18. 1. 20% use their own device2. Increasing restrictions onpersonal device use3. Reason: Security concerns4. Dropsmack!Conservative BYOD
  19. 19. Risk
  20. 20. Benefits of BYOD1. Reduce hardware & support costs2. Work flexibility3. Employee availability4. User adoption and satisfaction
  21. 21. Risks of BYOD1. Information Security2. Legal3. Financial
  22. 22. Risks of BYOD(b)Personal(a)Org
  23. 23. 1. Information Security Risksa) Organization– Data leakage– Vector into the companyb) Personal– Onerous security measures– Loss of full control of device
  24. 24. 2. Legal Risksa) Organization– Lack of certainty in case law and legislationb) Personal– Personal device could be confiscated– Personal blurs into the corporate
  25. 25. 3. Financial Risksa) Organization– Stipends can be more expensive than a singlecorporate plan– IT Support can become entangled– Mobile Device Management (MDM) can be expensiveb) Personal– Stipend may not cover full cost…or any at all– Can be responsible for own support
  26. 26. Risks• Security• Legal• FinancialBenefits• Cost• Flexibility• AdoptionRisk/Benefit Analysis
  27. 27. One Size Fits All?• Sales• Accounting• Executive
  28. 28. Guidelines1) Identify Benefitsa) Prioritize for your Organizationb) Establish your strategy2) Identify Risksa) Risk = Impact * Likelihood3) Consider a few solutions4) Summarize in 1-page policy
  29. 29. Program Staff Development ExecutiveBenefitsReduce costs 1Work Flexibility 1 1Availability 1 1User adoption 1RisksInfo Security 2 1 1Legal 3 3 1Financial 1 1 3Policyprovide small stipend& limited access toinformationprovide limitedaccess toinformation fromhomeorg provideddevice, fullymanaged accessto info
  30. 30. Generic1) BYOD by staff rolea) Exec staff, accessible 24x7 stipend of $80/mob) Senior staff, accessible 10x7 stipend of $50/moc) Line staff, accessible 10x5 stipend of $30/mo2) Requirement of PIN code on device3) Acceptable Use policy4) IT Support policy
  31. 31. the Future
  32. 32. mobile first
  33. 33. authentication
  34. 34. Check out…www.mobilecitizen.org
  35. 35. Upcoming WebinarJuly 25IT Security Best PracticesPresenterSteve LongeneckerMark Kraemer
  36. 36. Next Steps• Connect with us• Provide feedbackShort survey after you exit the webinar. Be sure toinclude any questions that were not answered.• Missed anything?Link to slides & recording will be emailed to you.

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