BYOD: 5 Legal Gotchas and the 3 Best Practices That Make Them Go Away

BYOD: 5 Legal Gotchas and the 3 Best Practices That Make Them Go Away

As IT organizations begin to plan and implement their BYO programs for employee-owned Macs, PCs, smartphones and tablets in the workplace, the introduction of non-corporate devices opens up a veritable Pandora's box of liability that should be carefully addressed prior to any program's roll out. Confidentiality, compliance, data security, privacy, and litigation obligation are key concerns for safely implementing any mobility-based system, but they become even more critical when the device is personally owned. Taking the time now to ensure proper controls are in place can protect your organization from a world of trouble down the line.

This whitepaper addresses possible legal issues, their ramifications, and best practices to avoid them.




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