When the “bring your own device” (BYOD) trend first emerged, many companies were uncertain how to handle data security and ensure their data wasn’t compromised or put in the wrong hands. Today, CIOs and CISOs are well aware that BYOD is one of the biggest threats to enterprise data security.

Employees bring their cell phones, iPads and laptops to the office and use them for personal and corporate purposes. Adding unsecure devices such as these to the IT ecosystem threatens the company’s network and could lead to compromised data.

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