Bring Your Own Device – protecting data on the move

Bring your Own Device or ‘BYOD’ is the term used to describe employees using personally-owned devices (such as smartphones, laptops or tablets) for business purposes. This may include making business phone calls and storing customer contact details, or (much broader) access to, and use of, business networks, documents and databases.

Read the full article “Bring Your Own Device – protecting data on the move” published in Volume 13, Issue 4 of the PDP Privacy & Data Protection Journal (PDP Journals).

Olivia Whitcroft, principal of OBEP, 11 March 2013

This article provides general information on the subject matter and is not intended to be relied upon as legal advice. If you would like to discuss this topic, please contact Olivia Whitcroft using the contact details set out here: Contact Details