August 31, 2014
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Reasonable Security in the Workplace in the Age of BYOD
My colleagues at Privacy and Security Matters blog have written extensively about the concept of “reasonable security” in the workplace, particularly in the context of the phenomenon known as the “bring your own [personal] device” or “BYOD” trend. Companies are grappling with the wisdom of allowing employees to blend personal information with corporate information and the risks posed by the lack of control on corporate information once BYOD is permitted. Many companies are playing catch up to control these risks and implement policies and procedures. For more, click here and here.
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