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One employee with one mobile device can wreak havoc.

What counsel should know about the risks of smart devices and social media in the workplace.

Employees who use mobile devices and commercial cloud apps to work outside the office are one of the greatest security dangers organizations face today. If you haven’t started to tackle this risk or are not keeping up with the fast-paced developments on this issue, your company is exposed.

Join our panelists in a 90-minute CLE-eligible* Webinar—Privacy Implications for Smart Devices and Social Media in the Workplace.

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Topics will include:

  • Privacy considerations for the use of social media in hiring decisions
  • Implementing guidelines for corporate use of social media, including platform-specific privacy considerations
  • Developing effective crisis management, risk analysis and platform monitoring systems
  • Creating a privacy-aware BYOD program
  • The use of personally owned vs. employer-owned smart devices
  • Implementation of opt-in and consent provisions
  • Privacy implications for information collected through customer social-media interaction and content and product delivery

Thursday, June 25, 2015

2 – 3:35 P.M. EASTERN

11 A.M. – 12:35 P.M. PACIFIC

Duration: 95 minutes

SPEAKERS

Brock Wanless
Assistant General Counsel
Groupon

David Katz
Partner
Nelson Mullins

Heidi Wachs
Special Counsel
Jenner & Block