DTSA — New Strategy For 'Bring Your Own Cloud' Issues

Law360, New York (August 18, 2016, 11:17 AM EDT) -- Christina Von der Ahe

Daniel Corbett Smart technology is accelerating the efficiency of the modern office and, at the same time, disrupting the workplace habits of employers and employees alike. The growing costs and administrative concerns related to providing employees with company-owned "smart devices" (i.e., tablets, smartphones, laptops) has prompted many employers to adopt "bring your own device" policies. While such policies allow employees greater autonomy, ease, and efficiency, they carry with them information security risks, such as the possibility that proprietary information will be misappropriated or disclosed.

Widespread "cloud computing," which permits users to store information remotely and access it...

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