Don't just define a BYOD Policy - enforce it

BYOD Security is a growing threat:

  • 45% have witnessed a cyberattack via mobile device
  • 6 out of 10 IT decision makers felt they needed to embrace BYOD

    Of employees at agencies with rules against the use of personal devices, 

     - 74% of companies are using or adopting BYOD policies

     - 40% said BYOD restrictions “have little to no impact on behavior”

     - 49% of surveyed government employees use personal devices to download work documents

     - 48% of those with a BYOD policy in place have NO way to enforce it

     - Most MDM/MAM/MCM require a software download and/or employee permission

Learn how SANS does BYOD  

Pulse helps you find the devices putting you at risk by monitoring and alerting on only your security policies, security infrastructure, and critical controls. Our rules library is fully customizable and can be set up to alert your team about unauthorized personal devices in violation of organizational policy, corporate-sponsored BYOD hardware, and devices in a default, misconfigured, vulnerable, or misconfigured state.

Pulse gives visibility into all the devices on and around your network… including the ones your employees haven’t told you about

BYOD makes you more vulnerable to insider threats. More devices and less control is a surefire way to make your data susceptible to becoming one of the one out of four breaches caused by malicious insiders. Even an official BYOD policy is only as good as your detection and enforcement strategies, as only 57% of workers surveyed are aware of their organization's current security policies, and those that are aware may not be careful.

Learn How to Build a BYOD Policy

Pulse helps you enforce BYOD Policies:

1. Detect unauthorized personal devices

2. Detect authorized devices connecting to insecure wireless networks

3. Detect authorized devices with Bluetooth turned on