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Develop and Enforce a
(BYOD) Policy

Protecting access, applications and data requested from employee-owned endpoints is difficult because the devices are owned by employees, not their employers, according to the SANS First Mobility Security Survey released in March. To learn more about policies that organizations do have, the drivers behind those policies and some of the controls they’re deploying, SANS just completed a second survey on Mobility Security Policy in the Enterprise.

Join us for this webcast to hear:

  • SANS mobility expert, Tony DeLaGrange, reveal the state of BYOD security policy across 649 enterprise and SMB organizations represented in the survey.
  • SANS legal technology expert, Ben Wright, discuss common legal, privacy and ownership issues that arise when considering policy for BYOD and how to be transparent with policies and actions to overcome the issues.
  • Senior Principal Product Manager for Oracle Identity Management, Lee Howarth, show how Oracle’s ID solutions can be implemented to meet access, authentication and fraud detection demands in a BYOD world.
  • Lee will also cover topics including device registration, white list/black list capabilities and limiting types of data accessible based on device type and location.

Watch this webcast and receive a link to the associated survey whitepaper developed by SANS mobility experts Kevin Johnson and Tony DeLaGrange.


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Develop and Enforce a Bring-Your-Own-Device (BYOD) Policy
Presented by:
Tony DeLaGrange
Tony DeLaGrange
Senior Security
Secure Ideas
Benjamin Wright
Benjamin Wright
Lee Howarth
Lee Howarth
Senior Principal
Product Manager
Hardware and Software Engineered to Work Together
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