BYOD Survey Results: Employees are not playing it safe with company data
Mike Weber, Vice President, Coalfire Labs
Employers are seeing a drastic increase in the number of employees using personal smartphones and tablets in the office. This “Bring Your Own Device” (BYOD) trend is causing headaches for the IT department and there is no stopping this trend. Due to the sensitive nature of company information often accessed on those devices, it has become a growing concern for small and large businesses alike.
RSA 2012: Mobile, Cloud, and Intelligent Control
Rick Norman, Director, Professional Services
It was good to catch up with our customers and partners at RSA 2012 this week. Much of the buzz this year was around mobile devices and securing the cloud. We were glad to see innovative organizations introducing compliance-validated architectures based on these emerging technologies. One such organization was Hewlett-Packard, a Coalfire client and business partner.
Data Privacy Day 2012 – BYOD
Kennet Westby, President and COO
January marks Data Privacy Month and on January 28th we celebrated Data Privacy Day. In the past year, we have seen an increase in the consumerization of IT and “Bring Your Own Device” (BYOD) in the enterprise. In honor of Data Privacy Day 2012, we have partnered with The Center for Identity at The University of Texas to host a seminar on Wednesday, February 1.
Mobile Application Security – The New Frontier
The power and popularity of consumer mobile computing is changing faster then you can say iFart (the #1 downloaded app worldwide). Commercial entities are rapidly adopting mobile-based applications for retail sales floors, restaurants and dining rooms, distributed mobile banking, and more.