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Recommended Reading – BYOD and Reasonable Security

Much has been written, in this space and elsewhere, on the concept of “reasonable security” — what constitutes “reasonable security,” how much security is “reasonable,” etc.    The entry of the choice of computing devices to the workplace  – known as the “bring your own [personal] device” or “BYOD” trend – has also been dissected at length.  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.

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About this Author

Cynthia Larose, Privacy, Security, Attorney, Mintz Levin, Law Firm, electronic transactions lawyer
Member / Chair, Privacy & Cybersecurity Practice

Cynthia is a highly regarded authority in the privacy and security field and a Certified Information Privacy Professional (CIPP). She handles the full range of data security issues for companies of all sizes, from start-ups to major corporations. Cynthia is masterful at conducting privacy audits; crafting procedures to protect data; advising clients on state, federal, and international laws and regulations on information use and data security; helping organizations respond to breaches; and planning data transfers associated with corporate transactions. She is an in-...

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