When it comes to BYOD, the conversation has clearly shifted. No need to ask whether to allow employees to use personal devices at work; they’re already doing that with or without your permission. The question is how to harness this fast-growing phenomenon while mitigating its risks.
In the era of consumer tracking and data breaches, individuals have become more and more concerned about who has their data and what is being done with it. A privacy statement gives them that information. Its an explanation, posted on a website or app that explains how shared personally identifiable information will be collected, used, disclosed, and managed.