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in a BYOD Environment Choice Technologies
Expert Panel Agenda What is BYOD? BYOD Facts Defining BYOD
Challenges & Risks of BYOD
Benefits of BYOD
The Right Approach
Mobile Device Management
Solving the BYOD Challenge Ken Goldstein:
Steve Rutkovitz: Bring Your Own Device: Policy of permitting employees to bring personally owned mobile devices (laptops, tablets, & smart phones) to their place of work & use those devices to access privileged company information & applications. 37% employees already use personal devices
By 2016, 80% of employees will be permitted to BYOD
Mobile vulnerabilities doubled from 2010 to 2011
35% of adults have lost their mobile phones or had them stolen Potential Risks of BYOD The Challenges of BYOD Mitigating Risks and Challenges The Benefits Overcome the Risks Loss of Control
Data Loss or Compromise
Lack of device security policy
Intentionally altered security Policy creation & enforcement
Who manages the device?
Segregating data: corporate from personal By Managing:
Freedom to use personal devices anytime, anywhere
Keeps employees happy & productive Easy management
Reduces costs Most organizations require a spectrum of solutions
No one-size-fits-all solution Requires the use of two authentication factors
Password or passphrase
One Time Password (OTP) Two-Factor Authentication Based off of a time-based algorithm or mathematical equation
Known only by your firewall & your token
Valid for about 60 seconds Protecting all BYOD Attack Vectors End user executes malware, is infected & now all their data is compromised
Malicious activity is detected & blocked Phishing site sends Bot infection to user disguised as ‘Security Update’
Content scanning prevents download User accesses phishing site, enters credentials
Access to phishing website is blocked Email Sent – Contains Sensitive Data
Mail message detected as Data Loss (DLP) Used to allow encrypted:
Direct file access
Connection to remote desktop
An encrypted tunnel between a PC & company’s network
Securely access company resources remotely Virtual Private Networks (VPN) The Fortinet Answer Android iOS Ensured identity via FortiToken Two-Factor Authentication
(soft token & hard token options) What is a FortiToken? Protected connections via SSL VPN encryption FortiClient FortiToken Hardware Clients THE FORTINET SOLUTION
Simple & cost-effective TRADITIONAL SOLUTIONS
Cumbersome & costly The Right Approach Small & portable FortiToken 200 FortiToken 300 Mobile Device Management:
Secures, monitors, & manages mobile devices
Deploys and enforces acceptable-use policies
Provides centralized control to:
other Mobile Devices
Reduces cost and business risks What is MDM? MDM consists of: What is included with an MDM solution? Detects & restricts jailbroken or rooted devices
Remotely locates, locks & wipes lost / stolen devices
Creates real-time compliance rules with automated actions
Securely shares & updates documents & content
Provides detailed hardware & software inventory reports
Tracks Mobile Expense Management MDM Platform Automated device approval process
Simplifies employee steps
Separates Corporate data from personal data
Perform automated actions
Distribute applications & documents
Selectively wipe corporate data
Implement self-service portal
Usage monitoring alerts MDM Best Practices Your Firewall with FortiTokens & MDM
Allows the flexibility to deploy mobile technologies you want
Continuous Firewall and Mobile Device Monitoring and Alerting Data Loss Prevention: Mobile users can be blocked from sending sensitive data outside the network
Application Control: Mobile users can be stopped from accessing non-corporate approved applications
Anti-malware: Infected devices will not be allowed to propagate infections
Web Filtering: Mobile users can be protected against malicious sites
Traffic Shaping: Mobile applications can be limited to ensure that bandwidth is preserved Devices
Privacy MDM topics to consider: Software
Behavior For the employee: For the company: Moving to a BYOD Environment Gives you:
Productivity Sales & Marketing Manager Senior Information Security Engineer Account Executive Inside Accounts CEO The Traditional Approach to Network Control Choice will tailor a solution based on your needs relative to:
Cyber Liability Policy Questions to Consider: Agreements: Is there an acceptable usage agreement for employee devices with corporate data?
Devices: What mobile devices will be supported? Only certain devices or whatever the employee wants?
Data plans: Will the organization pay for the data plan at all? Will you issue a stipend, or will the employee submit expense reports?
Compliance: What regulations govern the data that your organization needs to protect?
Security: What security measure are needed?
Applications: What apps are forbidden?
Services: What kinds of resources can employees access?
Privacy: What data is collected from employees devices? What personal data is never collected?