EBYOD: Extended BYOD solution architecture using Multi-USIM

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Recently, smart phones are widely used for public purposes in the organizations including corporate organizations or public institutions as well as for individual uses. When smart phones are used for corporate or public purposes, it is necessary to approach the issue from the point of view of more cautious security, while, for smart phones used by individuals, the concerns are only for security on personal information. When business smart phones are lost or stolen, there can be very serious damages since hackers can break into the corresponding organization illegally and steal information or destroy network of the organization. In order to prepare for these situations, a conventional solution, Bring Your Own Device (BYOD), has tried to solve the security issues through Mobile Device Management (MDM) or Mobile Application Management (MAM), but there have been limitations in organizational control as well as the inconvenience incurred to smart phone users. In this paper, we proopose eBYOD, an extended BYOD, for widely resolving these problems. eBYOD provides user using limited smart phones with convenience, and it enables companies or organizations supplying smart phones have stronger control. © 2014 International Information Institute.
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Information (Japan), v.17, no.11B, pp.5957 - 5962

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