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As long as the user connects as a public network, there isn't any more connection connecting to an open WiFi network than there is connecting to an unknown wired connection. If the user says it is a private or work network, then a lot more issues can occur. Ultimately, it is the job of a firewall to prevent access to a system when it is attached to a ...
The large standards (ISO, NIST) tend toward one-size fits all, the real intent is to promote careful consideration, and deliberate and informed decision making. Specific values such as these are a property of a good policy implementation, the slightly abstract standards tend to only recommend on maxima or minima, if even. Roughly from more-specific to ...
Standards, by their nature, have to be more generalised than that, so that they are useful for a wide range of organisations. Even within your own organisation you suspect there are two sensible values - machines that are always in an access controlled space could potentially have looser security than ones that might be left unattended in public spaces. ...
The Center for Internet Security says 15 minutes, in the Windows 7 benchmark. https://benchmarks.cisecurity.org/ It doesn't mention a distinct for mobile vs office users.
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