BYOD (Bring Your Own Device) has emerged as the fastest growing phenomenon that IT divisions have had to deal. Today there are a variety of tools used to communicate with stakeholder (supplier, customer, distributor, etc) in boundless place, so organizations' data will be kept in the various devices. The changing of this era drives the current trend of employees using their own laptop computers, cellular phones, smart phones, tablet, etc; both for personal and for work. However to successfully implement BYOD, the problems associated with privacy and security in BYOD environment should be identified. According to this circumstance, this study aims to identify some of the legal issues related to security and privacy challenge in BYOD (Bring Your Own Device) era, which can be a suggestion for institution to aware with these issues because security and privacy is the most important to any size of organization to run their business process.
Oktavia T, Yanti, Prabowo I. H and Meyliana D. (2017). Security and Privacy Challenge in Bring Your Own Device Environment: A Systematic Literature Review (SCOPUS). 2016 International Conference on Information Management and Technology (ICIMTech), 194-199. Bandung, Indonesia: IEEE