Peter McCorkell from Brodies Employment team blogs on BYOD following our recent seminar on managing the risks with BYOD.

Brodies Employment Blog

Last Thursday the Brodies Technology and Employment teams delivered a joint seminar in Edinburgh on the burgeoning practice of employers allowing employees to bring their own devices to work. The seminar looked at the pros and cons for both companies and employees and sparked a few interesting debates about some of the more controversial issues of BYOD. What happens, for instance, to company owned material and confidential documents stored on the employee’s device when the employment comes to an end? What challenges does a company face in managing the risk of data security breaches when the device is owned by the employee?

The seminar looked at the best ways to protect the company’s position and discussed how to develop an effective policy to regulate BYOD.

One of the interesting things to note from research for the seminar was that a large number of organisations do not have a BYOD policy…

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