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A Peek Inside Enterprise BYOD App Security Policies
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Kelly Jackson Higgins
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Kelly Jackson Higgins,
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6/4/2014 | 7:33:06 AM
Re: A Peek Inside Enterprise BYOD App Security Policies, by Kelly Jackson Higgins
It was interesting to see the data on the breakdown and types of apps IT is pushing to users' mobile devices. And it was promising to see that some really are starting to protect corporate data access. IBM's Dale said he was surprised to see Cisco AnyConnect show up as a popular public app, mainly because there are ways to streamline the VPN connection within apps. I thought it seemed promising to have IT pushing a VPN app.
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James ArnoldW608,
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6/3/2014 | 5:50:15 PM
A Peek Inside Enterprise BYOD App Security Policies, by Kelly Jackson Higgins
A very good analysis of the security challenge with BYOD.  Imagine "one" piece of data going  through such a multitude of authentication and verification procedures, without being altered in some way.  http://www.darkreading.com/endpoint/a-peek-inside-enterprise-byod-app-security-policies/d/d-id/1269404?_mc=sm_dr


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