Limit Wi-Fi Access for Users Who Bring Their Own Devices | Law Technology News. Yesterday, I was talking about the Bring Your Own Device movement, and pondering how lucky I was to only have one user on my network. Today, I am doubly blessed, because if you have an office network, a herd of cats...uh, lawyers, and an IT Administrator, BYOD is a problem. In addition to keeping all of the various devices secure, you now have to worry about users having access to the entire network over WiFi. It seems to be a no brainer to enable WPA security on the system; but, that isn't all you have to do. You need to partition the portions of the network that you don't want guests to have access to. Say a client is in the office and needs WiFi access. Do you have guest accounts set up so that an unscrupulous client won't access sensitive information? Did I say I was happy I am a solo?