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Understanding the Legal Risks of Bring Your Own Devices (BYOD): Important Considerations for In-House Corporate, Employment and Technology Lawyers
With the commercialization of IT, employees are seeking to, or already are bringing their personal devices into the corporate environment. Employees want to use their preferred devices, and companies are constantly seeking cost reductions and the ability to offer its employees incentives that may aid in recruitment, retention and productivity. However, allowing these employee or dual-use devices into the company without proper planning in place may lead to new legal risks and exposures for the company, and in-house corporate, employment and technology counsel must carefully consider these risks before advising their organizations on BYOD implementation. Join Aaron Tantleff and Matt Karlyn of Foley & Lardner LLP as they explain some of the key implications of allowing employees to use their own devices in the workplace versus using company-purchased/provided technology, possible security risks in allowing employees use of such dual use devices at work and considerations in reviewing existing policies or in creating new ones.
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