The 'bring your own device' movement has put security pros on high alert for a new breed of predator on the hunt to find ways to exploit the ever-expanding attack surface
"When employees started to bring their BlackBerrys and laptops to work more than a decade ago, CIOs had few security concerns. In large part, it was just the C-suite who found it easier to live in the mobile space rather than on a PC.
Once smartphones came along, though, it became clear that employees were intent on using their own devices to conduct work-related transactions. That marked the start of the bring-your-own-device (BYOD) movement - and a new breed of security predators on the hunt to find ways to exploit the ever-expanding attack surface..."