BYOD policies: is your organisation compliant with the ICO's new guidance?
With an increasingly mobile workforce using tablets such as iPads, smartphones and personal laptops, the practice of bringing your own device (BYOD) is already a fact of life for many businesses. The UK Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) has issued its first specific guidance to help organisations minimise the heightened data security risks that this poses. In-house legal teams should work with their IT and HR colleagues to ensure their organisations’ policies are compliant and that risk is being appropriately managed.
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