As employees return to the office, many businesses are considering implementing a Bring-Your-Own-Device (BYOD) programme. There are many potential benefits of introducing a BYOD programme, including substantial cost savings, convenience for employees, and flexibility in work location. However, if such a programme is not well planned, it carries a significant security risk, as employees may be using an unsecured device on a secure network, putting the business at risk of falling victim to a cyberattack. In this article we will discuss the 8 steps to successfully implement a BYOD programme. Define an Objective The first step involved with creating a BYOD programme is to define the objective or goal of the programme. This may be to decrease expenditure on hardware, creating a better experience for employees or increasing productivity. Defining this objective will shape many of the decisions made later…