The use of personal mobile devices in the workplace, commonly referred to as "Bring Your Own Device" (BYOD) has now become abundant. While there are many advantages to BYOD, mobile devices such as cellphones, tablets, e-readers and laptops poses significant and unique challenges to businesses and the legal industry. For instances where BYOD devices get put on a litigation hold, numerous issues are addressed, including the type of dispute or investigation, comingling of corporate and personal data, data protection and encryption, and the type of data being sought. To mitigate the potential risks of e-Discovery complications, it is important that an organization implement an effective mobile device policy.
In this LIVE Webcast, a panel of key thought leaders and professionals assembled by The Knowledge Group will help the audience understand the fundamentals and the most important aspects of BYOD in e-Discovery. Speakers will also provide the audience with their expert thoughts and insights on how to identify and manage risks and the current best practices in this significant area.
Key topics include:
- BYOD in e-Discovery – A Perspective
- Challenges of BYOD in e-Discovery
- Corporate Owned & Personally Enabled (COPE)
- BYOD and Data Ownership Issues
- BYOD and Employee Privacy Violations
- BYOD e-Discovery Cost Management
- Practical BYOD e-Discovery Strategies
- Recent Regulatory Developments