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This page lists publications on mobile device management and usage.

Bring Your Own Device for Executives

Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) scenarios enable organisations to take advantage of new technologies faster. It also has the potential to reduce hardware costs and improve organisational productivity and flexibility. However, BYOD also introduces new risks to an organisation’s business and the security of its information, which need to be carefully considered before implementation.

Risk Management of Enterprise Mobility (Including Bring Your Own Device)

This publication has been developed to provide senior business representatives with a list of enterprise mobility considerations. These include business cases, regulatory obligations and legislation, available budget and personnel resources, and risk tolerance. Additionally, risk management controls are provided for cyber security practitioners.

Security Configuration Guide – Apple iOS 14 Devices

ASD has developed this guide to assist Australian’s to understand risks when deploying iOS 14 devices and the security requirements that need to be met to allow them to handle classified data.

Security Configuration Guide – Samsung Galaxy S10, S20 and Note 20 Devices

ASD has developed this guide to assist Australian’s to understand risks when deploying Samsung Galaxy and Samsung Note devices and the security requirements that need to be met to allow them to handle classified data.

Security Configuration Guide – Viasat Mobile Dynamic Defense

ASD has developed this guide to assist Australian’s to understand risks when deploying Viasat MDD devices and the security requirements that need to be met to allow them to handle classified data.

Travelling With Mobile Devices

Learn how to keep mobile devices secure when travelling. This guidance provides advice from both an individual and organisational perspective.

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