Some of the scenarios it demos are really very frightening (from a corporate perspective) and if I ran a company, no matter what the size, it’d probably have me tapping out an email straight away to our head of IT about tightening the control on staff use of mobile devices. However, the real issue is bigger than just control.
I think companies should be asking themselves how they can secure their business from threatening access via devices, rather than how they can control the devices themselves.
Devices are often owned by the employees, not the company, but the majority of those devices will have “guest” internet and LAN access. This means that the organisation is legally unable to secure & control those devices, because a company cannot enforce security and control software upon devices which it does not own. Yet, its data could be at great risk and if devices are compromised, the scenario demonstrated in the video above will become a reality.