Bring your own devices (BYOD) explained
BYOD & Data Exfiltration
The ‘bring your own device’ culture (or BYOD, as it’s known) presents a security challenge to businesses because these devices could inadvertently transfer harmful malware or viruses to the business network. In simple terms, data exfiltration occurs when a company's data is deliberately compromised.
What is BYOD & Data Exfiltration
Understand how and why data leaves your organization without your consent.
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Data exfiltration is the unauthorized transfer of data, typically from a computer, and is more simply described as data theft.
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