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How to regulate employee use of personal tech

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by Helen A. Palladeno, Steven R. Pockrass and Gary L. Berger, Esqs., Ogletree Deakins

smartphoneOne of the biggest challenges employers face today is establishing and enforcing realistic (and legal) limitations on employees’ business use of their own computers, tablets, smartphones, email, social networking accounts, scanners and other forms of technology.

There are many legal risks associated with employees’ use of technology, including the preservation of confidential information and trade secrets, as well as preventing damage to the company’s reputation caused by security breaches. In these times of ever-changing instant communications and the increased access via personal and company-owned tech devices, it is very difficult for even the most sophisticated of companies to keep up-to-date and deal with all the risks.

Leaks of confidential info

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