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Personal Laptops and personal Storage Devices, Poses Threats?

By muyjr ·
Are organizations allowed bringing personal laptops and personal storage devices inside the Office? Are they really one of the causes of IT security threats. What are the infractions. Any policies are greatly appreciated...

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Company Policy

by shasca In reply to Personal Laptops and pers ...

Does the Org. that you support have any guidelines that would dictate what and what cannot be connected the the Company Network? That would be a start. Most Organizations have a "Company Only" connectivity policy.

How would you control what was or wasn't installed on personal devices connected? How could you secure proprietary data? How would you handle a breach from one of these devices once connected.

Some things to mull over

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Thanks for the reply

by muyjr In reply to Company Policy

Thanks for the quick response. I am just worried because if the portable storage devices are accidentally lost, those might contain work related informations including username and password.

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Mulling this over

by santeewelding In reply to Personal Laptops and pers ...

I realize that it takes time for word to reach the hinterland.

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Personal

by boxfiddler Moderator In reply to Personal Laptops and pers ...

or company owned. If it's a portable information system, it's a threat.

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Well from my reading of this I would say

by OH Smeg In reply to Personal Laptops and pers ...

Read your Text Books I don't help people cheat their way through School Projects.

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