Wednesday, August 05, 2015

BYOD for 501(c)s:
Pros and Perils of “Bring Your Own Device”
Recorded on April 3, 2014



Are you thinking about letting volunteers and employees use their own mobile devices to share and access your organization’s information?

Careful: The money you save may be nothing compared to potential legal costs. Even well-intentioned use of personal devices can trigger everything from data and privacy breaches to harassment and overtime pay disputes, expense reimbursement, and even intellectual property lawsuits.

Before you join other nonprofits by implementing “Bring Your Own Device,” make sure you have the policy, procedures and safeguards in place to prevent disasters.

Order the recording of BYOD for 501(c)s: Pros and Perils of “Bring Your Own Device”. Moderated by Jeffrey Tenenbaum, one of the nation’s leading nonprofit attorneys, you’ll learn how to design BYOD policies and safeguards specifically for your own nonprofit.

Cut the costs and risks of BYOD guesswork. Before you land in hot water, this webinar helps you address BYOD throughout your entire organization: from potential cost savings to potential risks. From HR issues to legal liability you’ll learn trouble-shooting tactics for maximizing BYOD pros and minimizing the perils.

Reserve your space now to learn how to make BYOD work best for your nonprofit, including how to:

  • Write a BYOD policy tailored to your organization’s specific needs
  • Assess how to head off issues involving employee privacy
  • Implement the right safeguards to secure sensitive information
  • Resolve intellectual property issues tangled up with BYOD
  • Avoid disputes over expense reimbursement and overtime pay

Remember, BYOD may be increasingly popular with nonprofits, but it’s also increasing the odds of disastrous mistakes.

Meet Your Training Team

Jeffrey Tenenbaum, Partner, Venable LLP - Jeffrey chairs Venable's Nonprofit Organizations Practice Group. He is one of the nation's leading nonprofit attorneys and is an accomplished author, lecturer, and commentator on nonprofit legal matters. Based in the firm's Washington, DC office, Mr. Tenenbaum counsels his clients on the broad array of legal issues affecting charities, foundations, trade and professional associations, think tanks, advocacy groups, and other nonprofit organizations, and regularly represents clients before Congress, federal and state regulatory agencies, and in connection with governmental investigations, enforcement actions, litigation, and in dealing with the media. Jeffrey has served as an expert witness in several court cases on nonprofit legal issues.

A.J. Zottola, Partner, Venable LLP - Working at the intersection of commerce and technology, A.J. Zottola focuses his practice on the exploitation of intellectual property, intangible, and technology assets in business and strategic relationships. Mr. Zottola’s skills enable him to handle all types of issues, negotiations, and agreements involving IP rights, privacy, information security, contracts, and business law. His extensive experience also helps clients resolve and craft settlement arrangements for misappropriation and infringement matters and for disputes involving commercial and licensing agreements.

Ronald W. Taylor, Partner, Venable LLP - Ron advises and defends employers nationwide on occupational safety and health issues and on a wide variety of labor and employment law matters, including wage and hour, privacy, non-compete, collective bargaining, employment discrimination, disability, and wrongful discharge. Mr. Taylor's clients include a broad array of private, public, and non-profit businesses of all sizes located throughout the United States. With nearly 30 years of experience, he has been consistently identified as one of the most recognized Maryland labor and employment lawyers, and noted for his sound judgment and ability to achieve great results for his clients, as well as for his extensive experience in occupational safety and health law.

Who Will Benefit

This webinar is of value to everyone who is part of a 501(c) considering BYOD, including:

  • IT personnel including CIOs
  • Operations personnel including COOs
  • Legal counsel
  • HR personnel

Order now for BYOD for 501(c)s: Pros and Perils of “Bring Your Own Device” to develop policies and safeguards that save money without adding risks!  

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