BYOD (Bring Your Own Device) is popular among organizations these days as a cost-effective way of extending access to resources using existing employee-owned hardware.
There are some serious considerations to think about as you let your employees use their personal cell phones for business, as it is yet another way an attacker can get into your organization. Who is responsible for the company’s data on the phone? Who is responsible for the phone itself? What happens if the data is compromised? Your company policies need to address this topic in detail if you decide you want to allow these devices into your business.
Wasatch Security Awareness will help you think about different scenarios that can both hurt and help your business.