Spotlight: Enterprises uninformed about BYOD security risks, says Frost survey


Information security managers believe that enterprises must do more to understand the security implications of the BYOD trend, according to a survey conducted by Frost & Sullivan on behalf of IT security trade group (ISC)2. More than half of the companies surveyed said they allow employees and business partners to connect to their networks, according to the survey results published by ComputerWeekly. A full 78 percent of the 12,000 information security professionals surveyed expressed concern about the security risks associated with BYOD. The biggest concerns include application security and cloud-based systems. Read more