Do You Know Where Your Employees Are? Tackling the Privacy and Security Challenges of Remote Working Arrangements

The growing number of individuals working remotely, telecommuting or traveling with increasing frequency has challenged the traditional business cybersecurity model. With the advent of new technologies that support remote working arrangements, the secure, clearly defined perimeter many organizations once enjoyed has become a bit less distinct. The Cybersecurity Law Report spoke to Heather Egan Sussman, a privacy and data security partner at Ropes & Gray, about the privacy and security implications for employees working remotely, both in the U.S. and abroad, and proactive measures companies can take to ensure proper protections are in place and that they are compliant with the relevant laws. See also “How to Reduce the Cybersecurity Risks of Bring Your Own Device Policies”: Part One (Oct. 14, 2015); Part Two (Nov. 11, 2015).

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