Investigations contain sensitive material that must always be kept confidential, a standard which has been adopted in the Ministry of Labour’s Code of Practice.
Employers are increasingly drafting and implementing bring-your-own-device (BYOD) policies for their employees. And they should be, since employees are increasingly using their personal digital devices—phones, tablets, laptops—to perform work, both in and out of the workplace. But employees may have trouble trusting their employers to stay out of their personal information...
Since well before Information Technology PolicyPro was first published and for good reasons considering the technologies available at the time, it made sense to restrict devices connected to the corporate network to those owned and controlled by the enterprise and configured by IT. This is no longer the case.