Mobile devices are one of, if not the most vulnerable forms of technology. As part of our everyday lives, whether for personal or business use, mobile devices are easily accessible by hackers.
A lot of employees are given mobile phones for work use, and with personal information and company data accessible from these devices it is important for all organisations to have a secure mobile device policy in place.
This is even more vital for bring-your-own-device (BYOD) programmes, as some companies use this method of working to cut costs, but these devices are more open to security risks.
However, with the right policy companies can ensure all mobile devices are kept secure. Read below to find out how to write one.
Hannah is a Staff Writer at CIO UK. After graduating from the University of Coventry with an English and Journalism degree in 2016, Hannah has since developed an interest in enterprise technology. She has a keen interest in digital transformation, enterprise IT, innovative and emerging tech, the Internet of Things and women in tech.