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ICYMI: Privacy in the Workplace Webinar

Posted in Employee Privacy, Events and Webinars, Privacy Regulation, Social Media, Uncategorized

Our 2015 monthly Privacy Issues Wednesday webinar series continued this month with Jennifer Rubin and Gauri Punjabi’s Privacy in the Workplace presentation. Jen and Gauri discussed the latest statutory and common law developments concerning employer monitoring of employee email, access to employee social media accounts, social media policies, and bring your own device (“BYOD”) policies.  We… Continue Reading

New York Law Journal: Smart Devices in the Workplace

Posted in Employee Privacy, Privacy Regulation

One of the year’s hottest topics in privacy and security – BYOD.   Here is an article written by Mintz Levin’s Cynthia Larose and Narges Kakalia and published in the New York Law Journal. One good resolution for 2013 might be to review (or establish) your company’s policy dealing with employee-owned devices in the workplace.  … Continue Reading

Recommended Reading – BYOD and Reasonable Security

Posted in Data Breach, Data Compliance & Security, 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… Continue Reading