Endpoint security is always important in a company with a bring your own device policy, but many IT technicians are saying that companies do not fix major security loopholes in their systems, according to CIO Insight. A recent survey from OnForce and CIO spoke with 500 technology services professionals and found that the BYOD confidence rating has risen from 37 percent to 45 percent, but there is still work that needs to be done.

"This increasing optimism about the current economic climate is a positive sign, although 25 percent of respondents admit that they are uncertain about what next six months will bring," according to the news source. The report added that 67 percent of these techs have seen more device diversity in the office, meaning security must be cranked up to account for more loopholes in the system.

IT Business Edge said security policies in a BYOD system have been lacking. The news source spoke with Kevin Vlasich, cryptography and information security specialist at Imation, who said there are some tips to keep the system secure. Companies should not hire a penetration tester, as it is already apparent systems can be cracked without good security.

Another endpoint security tip from Vlasich is that companies must realize employees will use their devices on a company's network whether they are told not to or not. Instead of trying to block access, simply make using the network more secure for the company and its employees.