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Mobile BYOD Security (Cope, Erl)
How can mobile device access to IT resources be secured?
Consumers often need to access enterprise information systems, whether they are on-premise or remote, using mobile devices including laptops, tablets, and smart phones, which pose special security requirements.
According to the BYOD security requirements and policy developed, a security framework is established to monitor, control and protect the mobile devices, their applications and data, and their network connections.
An enterprise mobility management (EMM) system is implemented, covering the special security requirements of mobile devices.
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Solutions for monitoring, controlling, and protecting mobile devices include the device (A), network (B), and integrating with corporate SIEM and logging systems for visibility and monitoring for compliance (C).