What Employers Need To Know About Workplace Privacy
Cybersecurity and workplace privacy: Where IT and HR intersect
Did you know?
Your employees are the biggest threat to your business’ data integrity and cybersecurity.
While there is no single, comprehensive federal law regulating privacy, that doesn’t mean that it’s something employers can ignore. Whether you’re dealing with customer information or employee information, there are many laws and regulations regulating virtually every type of data a company might collect (contact information, financial information, health information, etc.), and it’s an employer’s job to make sure that it complies with them all.
In this presentation, Dave Berndt, one of G&A Partners’ expert Client Advocates and an experienced corporate attorney, explores many issues related to cybersecurity and workplace privacy, as well as the strongest link between the two: employees.
The various laws regulating privacy, data breaches, cybersecurity and workplace privacy
Employee rights vs. employer rights when it comes to expectations of privacy in the workplace
The different types of employee monitoring – camera, email, internet usage, physical searches, etc.
Company policies employers can put in place to ensure data security and compliance with applicable labor laws and regulations
This webinar was presented by Dave Berndt of G&A Partners on June 28, 2018. If you missed the live presentation, you can still earn credit from the Human Resources Certification Institute (HRCI) by watching the on-demand recording below in its entirety. When you do, you will be instructed on how to claim your recertification credit.
Please be aware that per HRCI guidelines, only webinars recorded during the current calendar year are eligible for recertification credit for on-demand viewers.
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