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Getting Past BYOD Security Concerns

Getting Past BYOD Security Concerns

Even in our modern workplace, we’re still having discussions about gaps in our BYOD security policies or that many companies don’t even have one in place. If you listen to many blogs or vendor white papers, employees are utilizing workarounds, executives are being careless and many organizations are still living in the stone age. Aren’t we just peddling fear at this point? What do we have to do to put these concerns behind us? How bad is the problem really, and what can we focus on so far that’s actually worked as a benchmark moving forward?

Contributors

    • Dan Lohrmann, CSO, Department of Technology, Management & Budget (DTMB), Cybersecurity & Infrastructure Protection, State of Michigan
    • Elayne Starkey, CSO, Department of Technology and Information (DTI), Delaware

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Contributors

Dan Lohrmann

Dan Lohrmann, CSO, Department of Technology, Management & Budget (DTMB), Cybersecurity & Infrastructure Protection, State of Michigan

Daniel J. Lohrmann (Dan) is an internationally recognized security leader, technologist and author. He is best known for his refreshingly practical commentary on technology and clear advice on computer security and ethics for home and work.... More   View all posts
Elayne Starkey

Elayne Starkey, CSO, Department of Technology and Information (DTI), Delaware

Elayne Starkey is the Chief Security Officer for the State of Delaware/Department of Technology and Information (DTI) and responsible for the protection of information assets from high consequence events, including cyber and physical terror... More   View all posts
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