ICO: Companies Laissez Faire over BYOD personal data

ICO: Companies Laissez Faire over BYOD personal data

The Information Commissioner's Office (ICO) says many employers “appear to have a laissez faire attitude” to allowing staff to use their personal devices for business, which may be placing people's personal information at risk. ICO commissioned YouGov …
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Intel expanding BYOD program

Indeed, Intel CIO Kim Stevenson says employees recorded savings of about 57 minutes per employee, per workday with its BYOD program last year. It is unclear how this was recorded, though the company is sufficiently pleased that it is expanding its BYOD …
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UK data watchdog warns on BYOD risks

This concerns the ICO, the organization in charge of data protection and privacy in the U.K., as more than two-thirds of workers may not know to look after sensitive data when accessed or stored on their bring-your-own-device (BYOD) tablets and …
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