The Perils and Pitfalls of Online Dating: How to Protect Yourself


Fact Sheet 37The Perils and Pitfalls of Online Dating:
How to Protect Yourself

A Renter’s Guide to Privacy: What to Know Before You Sign the Lease, While You Rent, and When You Move Out


Fact Sheet 38 A Renter’s Guide to Privacy:
What to Know Before You Sign the Lease, While You Rent, and When You Move Out

Mobile Health and Fitness Apps: What Are the Privacy Risks?


Fact Sheet 39Mobile Health and Fitness Apps:
What Are the Privacy Risks?

Bring Your Own Device . . . at Your Own Risk


Fact Sheet 40Bring Your Own Device . . . at Your Own Risk

1.  What is BYOD?

In the not too distant past, employees had no choice but to work at a company's office or on a company laptop or phone.  As mobile electronic devices (tablets and smartphones, for example) became both more accessible and affordable, this changed.  Now employees can work virtually anywhere and it's becoming more and more common for them to use devices for both personal and work purposes. 

Many individuals own multiple mobile devices.  One person may own a smartphone, tablet, and laptop computer.  An employer may also offer employees one or more company-owned devices. For some, it's both inconvenient and less productive to carry company-issued and personal devices.  Others may prefer a specific technology or brand, or simply be annoyed by having to carry multiple devices.

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