Does BYOD Drive You to BYOB
Mobile solutions and BYOD are here to stay! Join us to explore options for risk management of BYOD to minimize your needs for BYOB in the workplace.
Risk assessment processes, policy concepts and auditing checklists will be reviewed.
We have entered a mobile device era; 63% of American adults have smartphones and the internet is now accessed more by mobile devices than PCs. Steady adoption of mobile technologies demonstrates that mobile solutions are here to stay in today’s business world.
Join us to explore options for risk management of BYOD to minimize your needs for BYOB in the workplace. This discussion includes an overview of mobile usage in community banking from both a product/service perspective and as an employee productivity and communication solution. Special focus will be given to personally owned devices being utilized for business purposes, also known as Bring Your Own Device (BYOD). BYOD adds additional risks and complexities in addition to those introduced by general mobile adoption.
Management level attendees will take away a fundamental understanding of mobile usage and effective risk management practices. Technical attendees will gather insight into effective migrating controls, mobile device management concepts and unique technical challenges with BYOD. Example risk assessment processes, sample policy concepts and auditing checklists will be reviewed in this discussion.
- Mobile adoption and industry drivers
- Common mobile usages in community banking
- Mobile threats
- Unique BYOD considerations
- Risk mitigation controls
- Risk management model
- Documenting policies, procedures and user agreements
- Incident response and forensics considerations
- Effective control audits and technical assessments
- Mobile device management solutions
Senior bank managers, chief technology officers, information security officers, HR officers, compliance officers, risk managers and auditors.
Chad Knutson, CISSP, CISA, CRISC, is the co-founder of Secure Banking Solutions (SBS) where he serves as a senior information security consultant and VP of research and development. He is currently the vice president of the SBS Institute. SBS works with more than 500 banks around the country on information security services.
Josh Stroschein is an instructor of information systems at Dakota State University. He has spent over a decade as a programmer with a focus on web applications and security. He is also a technical advisor, providing his years of experience to organizations across a variety of industries. His research interests include malware analysis, application security, software development and wireless communications.
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