BYOD or Corporate Device: Which Policy Reigns Supreme?

The answer every financial services firm needs to hear

Mobile devices are integral to business operations. They empower employee collaboration with instant communication and allow customers to engage on their terms.

However, the use of mobile devices in regulated industries — particularly financial services — raises significant concerns related to compliance and data security. Firms must decide whether to support a bring-your-own-device (BYOD) policy or offer corporate-owned devices to support employee collaboration and customer engagement.

In this guide, you’ll learn:

  • The pros and cons of each policy
  • Insight into how you can choose the policy that best works for your firm
  • How each policy can fit into your compliance strategy
  • The one true answer to the BYOD vs. corporate-owned device debate

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