An increasing number of companies are implementing "bring your own device," or BYOD, policies to allow their employees to access information using their personal handheld devices. BYOD presents advantages: employees no longer need to juggle multiple devices, and employers can reduce the small army of handheld devices necessary to maintain a connected workforce. But BYOD also presents new risks: data breaches, loss of privacy, employee relations issues, and administering multiple layers of security just to name a few. This session will provide practical guidance on how to reconcile the pros and cons and best practices in crafting an effective BYOD policy.
WMACCA will apply for 1.5 hours of Virginia MCLE credit.
Keir X. Bancroft, Associate, Government Contracts, Venable LLP
David R. Warner, Partner, Labor and Employment, Venable LLP
Armand J. (A.J.) Zottola, Partner, Technology Transactions and Outsourcing, Venable LLP
Robert Bethea, Assistant General Counsel, Platforms and Technology, AOL
12:00 p.m. – 12:30 p.m. ET – Lunch and Networking
12:30 p.m. – 2:00 p.m. ET – Program and Webinar
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