Empirical survey on BYOD security and usage

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Recently, Bring Your own Device or BYOD has become one of the most popular models for enterprises to provide mobility and flexibility in workplaces. The emergence of new technologies and features of mobile devices makes them integral parts of every aspect of daily business activities. Also, mobile networks are now well integrated with the Internet (e.g. 3G, 4G and LTE technologies), therefore, in BYOD, the personal devices (i.e. mobile devices) can be used to increase employees’ satisfaction and reduce an organization’s device costs. Mobile devices are not well protected compared to computer and computer networks and users pay less attention to security updates and solutions. In this paper, the work focus on identifying the willingness to adopt BYOD in Companies in Bangalore by conducting a Questionnaire Survey so that their views are understood appropriately From this survey, it is possible to identify the importance and requirement of the BYOD deployment in various business verticals in near future. Even, it gives the understanding of the usage of types of BYOD schemes or policies adopted by the employees in various organizations. This survey paper helpful and led to the origin of research by analyzing BYOD policies to avoid the security breaches with better capabilities of policies. Using the employee own devices at workplace causes the security risks. This paper highlights the need and necessity to mitigate the security issues related to the sensible data as the employees are willing to make use of their own devices at workplace. This paper conveys that, there is a need of security as the use of BYOD usage by the employees in the various organizations.

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Soubhagyalakshmi, P., & Satyanarayan Reddy, K. (2019). Empirical survey on BYOD security and usage. International Journal of Recent Technology and Engineering, 8(1), 2784–2788.

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