Bring Your Own Device Compliance

Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) typically refers to the practice of allowing employees to access business email and company files from personal smartphones and laptops. There are significant data protection issues... more +
Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) typically refers to the practice of allowing employees to access business email and company files from personal smartphones and laptops. There are significant data protection issues associated with BYOD. Many companies draft formalized BYOD policies to address these concerns, but there are still inherent risks associated with the practice. less -
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[Event] Massachusetts Employment Law Summit - May 13, Boston, MA

Employers and their HR departments are faced with a host of new issues and challenges. When you’re not navigating new state, federal, and local laws and making sure systems are in place to comply with them, you’re busy...more

Seven Training Imperatives to Address Your Biggest Cyber Security Risk: Employee Behavior

One of your best defenses against a cyber attack? Your employees. Make sure they are trained on their role in protecting your organization. There are pros and cons to the digital world that we all live in. Pros include...more

End Notes Newsletter February 2015 - News for North Carolina’s Hospice and Palliative Care Community

In this issue: - Gear Up for Increased CMS Scrutiny of Hospice Services for Assisted Living Facility Residents - Happy New Year from the DC District Court - Companionship Exemption Lives On!! - DEA Rules On...more

Employer To Do List for the New Year

As the new year is getting under way, employers should consider placing these developing issues at the top of their to do list: Social Media Policies - Employers should consider reviewing and updating social...more

14 Labor & Employment Resolutions For 2014

Our government managed to reach a deal to avoid another government shutdown. And so, while our tax refunds will continue to be processed and parks remain open, it is that time of year again — the time to review and reflect on...more

BYOD – It Can Be Privacy And Security Protective

On December 11, 2013, Ontario’s Information and Privacy Commissioner, Dr. Ann Cavoukian, and TELUS released a new whitepaper applying the principles of Privacy by Design to employee owned devices in the workplace. The...more

BYOD is Here to Stay

The buzz at Georgetown Law’s recent Advanced eDiscovery Institute on Information Governance and Big Data (November 21-22, 2013) made it crystal clear to attending corporate C-suiters: Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) is here to...more

Bring Your Own Device Programs and Health Care: Too Risky to Work? - Scripts - News for the Health Care Community

Recent workplace surveys report that as many as 87% of employees use personal electronic devices for work, raising compliance, data loss, and security risks for their employers. As a result, designing a workable...more

Employer BYOD Concerns: Part 2 of It's 2013. Do You Know Where Your BYOD Policies Are?

In Part 2 of "It's 2013. Do You Know Where Your BYOD Policies Are?" we will discuss employer BYOD concerns. Check out Part 1 to learn more about employee interests; Part 3 will present developing trends and suggest best...more

Keep An Eye On Those Shiny, New Mobile Devices!

As physicians, nurses, therapists and health care providers continue to utilize new smart phones, tablets, and laptops in caring for patients, the Department of Health and Human Services (“HHS”) has responded with educational...more

"Bring Your Own Device" Brings its Own Challenges

The consumerisation of IT is the growing trend for information technology to emerge first in the consumer market and then drive change in the industry generally. One of the most dramatic impacts of this shift is a rise in...more

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