White Paper: Mitigating risk in BYOD policies

February 14, 2014

Cell phone iphone smartphoneIn a new white paper from Thomson Reuters, Daniel Garrie examines the benefits and risks of “Bring Your Own Device” policies. The white paper provides recommendations for handling three of the most significant threats from BYOD policies:

THREAT #1: A malicious viruses attacks a company systems by way of an employee’s mobile phone

THREAT #2: Malware compromises mobile device and then jumps to corporate systems wreaking havoc

THREAT #3: An employee’s mobile device Is lost or stolen and ….

Enjoy your complimentary white paper download:

THE BYOD DILEMMA: HOW TO KEEP YOUR ASSETS FROM TURNING INTO LIABILITIES

Daniel Garrie is co-author of two titles published by Thomson Reuters: the new title Plugged In: Guidebook to Software and the Law and Dispute Resolution and e-Discovery, published in 2011. Mr. Garrie is admitted to practice law in New York and New Jersey. He can be reached at daniel@lawandforensics.com or find out more about his work at www.lawandforensics.com.