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Network security doesn't have to curb flexible and mobile working - The Guardian (blog)

Network security doesn't have to curb flexible and mobile working - The Guardian (blog) | Network defense and security | Scoop.it
The Guardian (blog) Network security doesn't have to curb flexible and mobile working The Guardian (blog) However, while many CIOs would love to accommodate every employee who asks for their latest shiny gadget to be plugged into the network, many...
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This is why many enterprises need a CISO so that they can temper this desire with the realities of the risks that are presented.  While I'm not completely against BYOD, it needs to be done with full awarenes to the risks to your network and the exposures that you can create by deploying BYOD.  Here is a good start. http://www.intel.com/content/www/us/en/enterprise-security/intel-it-enterprise-security-rethinking-information-security-to-improve-business-agility-paper.html

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FCC invests $10M in new network security but leaves backdoor unlocked

FCC invests $10M in new network security but leaves backdoor unlocked | Network defense and security | Scoop.it
GAO finds job was rushed, sloppy—some problems too severe to share with public.

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Who care's if it's not secure the milestones are being met.  Unfortunate for the companies that are called out on this project.

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BYOD: The Flash Mob of Network Security

BYOD: The Flash Mob of Network Security | Network defense and security | Scoop.it
How far off the grid would you have to be to have missed the changes in how computing power is purchased these days? We all carry more compute power in our pockets than our employers put on our des...
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I still cringe when I hear people tallk about BYOD, I do think that with the right controls it can be successfully implemented, I think that Intel was on the right track, search for "Rethinking Information Security to Improve Business Agility"

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