"The Privacy Issues You Should (And Shouldn’t) Worry About with BYOD," Fast Company
In an article published in Fast Company on January 27, 2016, Mitzi L. Hill offers her opinion on the “bring your own device” (BYOD) policies that many companies are putting in place when employees are required to use personal devices for work. The article details the cybersecurity and privacy issues that may be breached in the process. Ms. Hill emphasizes that “it's unlikely an employer would ever want access to your personal info in the normal course and might not have a right to page through your photos if you simply make work calls from the road. But if you text, email, send web links, send photos, etc., for work from your personal device, you may be inviting the employer into those more private repositories of information." View the full Fast Company article.