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Risk Management of Enterprise Mobility Including Bring Your Own Device

Apr 1, 2020 - This document 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.

Travelling Overseas with Electronic Devices

Jun 12, 2019 - This publication provides guidance on strategies that individuals can take to secure the use of electronic devices when travelling overseas.

Security Tips for Personal Devices

Apr 30, 2019 - There are a lot of things to think about when it comes to the use of personal devices (e.g. smartphones, tablets, computers and laptops). For example, compromises of personal devices and the information they store can have significant productivity, financial and emotional impacts. This document has been written to provide security tips to secure personal devices and protect your information.

Bring Your Own Device for Executives

Apr 30, 2019 - 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.

Thirteen High Impact IOS vulnerabilities outlined by Cisco

Sep 28, 2018 - This week Cisco Systems released its semi-annual Software Security Advisory Report detailing a number of vulnerabilities in its IOS and IOS XE switch and router operating software. Cisco, a manufacturer of networking hardware and telecommunications equipment, listed a total of 13 vulnerabilities which, if left unpatched, could enable an attacker to gain system privileges or cause a denial of service (DoS) on an affected device. Cisco has labelled all of the 13 vulnerabilities a Security Impact Rating (SIR) of High.