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With all of these new devices on your network there is more of a threat than ever to the network’s security. Between viruses, malware and tainted applications that any given employee may carry on their phone, it’s very possible for an intruder to infiltrate a personal device and hide away until that device is connected to the network. The easiest and most necessary thing to do is to educate and inform your employees on the dangers of these threats and the ways these threats invade phones. Regular updates are a must, and employees should never give away password or username information through e-mail. In addition to this, powerful network security software is available from a number of trustworthy providers. Weigh your options and choose which works best for your company.
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