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IT BYOD Policy Procedure

The IT BYOD Policy Procedure helps communicate specific standards and guidelines regarding the use of personal devices to conduct company business. Company employees and contractors may use their personal electronic devices (e.g., smartphones, tablets) for conducting company business, provided that they understand and agree with the “Bring Your Own Device” (BYOD) policy, have been granted express permission, and act in accordance with the policy.

Company employees and contractors may use their personal electronic devices (e.g., smartphones, tablets) for conducting company business, provided that they understand and agree with the “Bring Your Own Device” (BYOD) policy, have been granted express permission, and act in accordance with the policy. (8 pages, 1797 words)

IT BYOD Responsibilities:

All Employees are responsible for being aware of, understanding, and adhering to the company’s BYOD policy.

Department Managers are responsible for communicating BYOD policy updates to the employees in their respective departments.

The Human Resources Manager is responsible for communicating the BYOD policy to new employees and retaining employee policy acknowledgements.

The Information Security Manager monitors BYOD usage and enforces the BYOD policy

The Information Technology Manager (IT Manager) is responsible for developing BYOD policy and for reviewing the policy and any changes to it with the Policy Committee. The IT Manager also oversees monitoring and enforcement of the BYOD policy.

IT BYOD Definitions:

BYOD – Bring Your Own Device, or using one’s personal mobile phone, PC, tablet, or other personal electronic device to conduct the company’s business.

Policy Committee – A group comprised of Top Management and the IT Manager. The purpose of the Policy Committee is to develop, review, approve, and revise the company’s BYOD policy, as needed.

Top Management – A group comprised of the company’s chief executive and chief financial officer, at a minimum. In larger companies, top management may include department/functional managers (e.g., VP-Sales, CTO).

IT BYOD Policy ProcedureIT BYOD Policy Procedure Activities

  • BYOD Policy Development
  • BYOD Policy Implementation
  • BYOD Policy Review
  • BYOD Policy Changes

IT BYOD Policy Procedure Forms

 

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