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“Blackphone” to address key smartphone privacy and security concerns?

Smartphone privacy and security concerns continue to weigh on businesses, particularly for companies in certain industries such as healthcare, and for those that have or are thinking of moving to a “bring your own device” (BYOD) model. Promoters of the “Blackphone,” according to a Reuters report, hope that their version of Google’s Android software will enable… Continue Reading

What Employers Need to Know About Bitcoin

Written by B. Tyler Philippi Ask the average person what they know about Bitcoin and they might be able to tell you that it is a digital currency. Most have probably heard the name mentioned in articles about its giant fluctuations in value or in connection with black market internet transactions. Beyond that, how Bitcoin… Continue Reading

The Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) Movement

Numerous companies are considering, or already transitioned to, a "bring your own device" (BYOD) model.  Under a BYOD program, employees are permitted to connect their own personal devices (iPhone, iPad, Blackberry, PDA, etc.) to the employer’s networks and systems to complete job duties either in the office or working remotely.  While a BYOD program has numerous benefits,… Continue Reading