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  • The way you have been doing things is correct. We have temps work for us from time to time as well and, if they are working on-site in our office, they get a company-issued computer. If they want to BYOD, they only get access to our public Wi-Fi which is internet-access-only and segregated from the rest of our network.

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  • Personal owned computers are restricted from the work network. 

    We would issue them company owned computers and have them sign liability forms during their tenure with the company to make sure both the employee and the company equipment is protected.

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  • I agree with the UberChemist, if they are using personal devices then they should have no access to your network.

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  • well our company is security conscious but allows consultants to bring in and use their own company issued laptops. however, they don't connect to our internal network. instead they connect via VPN (from the outside). if they need access to internal resources, we only give them exactly that resources and nothing more.

    also required are the laptops must have anti-malware installed with recent updates.

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