heck, almost every year we read about some high paid exec getting kicked out because they brought in a wi-fi device of some sort that did NOT meet the corporate security policies and thus breeched the system's security. I can see some of this BYOD causing issues in that area, but (luckily) I'm now out of the environments where I have to worry about it.
If it works for the company without causing any issues, well and good.
Oh, another thing I just thought of, can all these BYODs meet the 1024 bit key security now that Microsoft is making that the mandatory minimum for security keys in their software? That might be the basis of a good article along these lines.
Edit to add, how are the companies going to handle the cleaning of such devices when the person quits or upgrades and hands the existing unit over to one of their kids. After all, these are private property and the company has no power to demand access or doing things like a total cleansing.
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