CYB_250_Module_Six_Activity.docx - Module Six Activity BYOD Policy This policy is intended to protect the security and integrity of the organization’s

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Module Six Activity BYOD Policy This policy is intended to protect the security and integrity of the organization’s data and technology infrastructure and the rights of the employee. Limited exceptions to the policy may occur due to variations in devices and platforms. Employees must agree to the terms and conditions set forth in this policy in order to be able to connect their devices to the company network. Acceptance of this policy is required as part of new employee orientation. Acceptable Use The organization defines acceptable use as activities that are personal in nature and do not involve any business function. The organization defines acceptable personal use during business hours as reasonable and limited personal communication or recreation, such as reading or game playing. Acceptable personal use during business hours should only occur during break or lunch times. Employees are blocked from accessing certain websites during work hours and while connected to the network at the discretion of the organization. Devices’ camera and/or video capabilities must be disabled while connected to the network. Devices may not be used at any time to: o Store or transmit any information belonging to the organization o Conduct regular business for the organization during normal business hours o Engage in activities in performance of duties for another organization o Activities that are considered offensive or criminal in nature are forbidden at any time Personal devices may not be used to access organizational email, calendars, and contacts. The company’s network is only allowed to be accessed during on shift hours. Devices and Support Smart devices and tablets such as iPhone, Android, iPad, or any other smart devices are permissible for use. Connectivity issues will be supported by IT. Devices must be presented to IT before they can access the network. Security In order to prevent unauthorized access, devices must be password protected using the features of the device at all times. A strong password is required to access the company network. Passwords must be at least eight characters and a combination of upper- and lowercase letters, numbers, and symbols.
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