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How to Bring Your Own Device Along – An Examination of Legal Issues Associated with Corporate BYOD Policies

News / March 17, 2016

Counsels Melinda McLellan and James Sherer and Associate Emily Fedeles will present a live webinar at 1 p.m. EDT on April 7, 2016, to address legal compliance issues and practical considerations related to corporate “Bring Your Own Device” programs. The webinar, sponsored by Bloomberg BNA, will cover a variety of timely topics relevant to the creation, implementation, and maintenance of BYOD programs, including:

  • Practical tips and strategies for the development of a BYOD program and policies to govern it;
  • Anticipating and mitigating potential privacy and data security risks associated with BYOD programs;
  • How to proactively manage e-discovery challenges that may arise when company data is stored on employee-owned devices; and
  • Concerns related to multijurisdictional BYOD programs, such as cross-border data transfer restrictions and foreign government surveillance or seizure of company assets.

Attorneys and compliance professionals in HR, IT, and senior management roles will find this webinar useful.

CLE Credit(s): 1.0 (may vary based on jurisdiction)
General HRCI Credit(s): 1.0

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