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ly allowing some BYOD capability.
  •     In general, higher levels of support for BYOD were seen in organizations with increased network and data controls.
  •     Respondents believe BYOD will bring higher risk to their organization by an overwhelming margin, with 90% saying so as compared to 10% of respondents who were neutral.
  •     Security professionals are willing to accept higher risk in return for increased benefits to the organization. 23% of respondents with strong personal interests and 30% with strong organization interests also assessed the risk as higher.
  •     At 20%, penetration rates for more advanced virtual machine and sandboxing capabilities were higher than anticipated. This could be a forbearer of new technologies being used to match new architectures.
  •     On average, organizations are deploying three network controls and three data controls in support of roaming BYOD devices with organizational data and non-organization-owned devices accessing an internal network.
  •     Risk perception and interest levels do not always match up with the strength of the security posture. There appear to be a set of “risk-tolerant” respondents who deploy few controls in a higher risk arena as well as “risk-averse” respondents who deploy a complete set of controls.
  • To review more of the survey’s findings click here.

    “The results of this survey are very interesting,” comments Craig Shumard, founder and principal of Shumard & Associates. “They clearly show that BYOD is rapidly being adopted by enterprises. Also, that the implementation of security controls, while being viewed as important and critical, appear to be la
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