BYOD Panel May 10th on Youtube
This presentation is being put on by one of my new favorite youtube channels, the channel for Princeton's Center for Information Technology Policy.
Next Week: Special Panel Lunch Discussion: Friday, May 10, 2013, 12:30 PM, 306 Sherrerd Hall, Streaming Live: https://www.youtube.com/user/
CLE credit expected.
Join us for a panel discussion on the evolving legal, policy, and technical issues associated with the use of personal mobile devices for work. The panelists will explore the tension between the need to protect business information (including personal information for which businesses are responsible) and respect for users’ privacy and personal content. The current advantages and limitations of “sandboxing” technology will be covered, focusing on opportunities for enhanced information security (on the business side) and privacy (on the personal side).
The panelists will be Keith Epstein, General Attorney & Associate General Counsel Advanced Mobility Solutions, AT&T Services, Inc.; Bart Huffman, Privacy & Data Security Practice, Locke Lord LLP; and a speaker from OpenPeak, Inc., which provides multimedia touch-screen device and device management platforms.