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Category: Electronic Disclosure
17 July, 2012
Maintaining and storing data is highly regulated and businesses need to work hard to ensure they are compliant.
For this reason Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) schemes can not only be challenging from a management standpoint, they also have legal ramifications.
Businesses need to consider if the money saved by asking workers to supply their own smartphones and tablets is balanced with policies to protect data, especially that of a sensitive nature.
New technology could come to the aid of firms too, as some new applications allow employees to access data through their own device without saving a copy to the phone or tablet.
However, firms need to make it clear where the boundaries lie when it comes to corporate data and put clear guidelines in place for data protection and to ease the e-disclosure process.
Employees need to understand that although the device may be their own, any corporate data stored on it belongs to the company and is, therefore, subject to e-disclosure laws.
Electronic Disclosure– Kroll Ontrack has the technological strength, expertise, and commitment to ensure your success in managing small e-disclosure projects as well as large volumes of electronic evidence legally, accurately and cost-effectively.