Mobile devices are the present and the future. Technologies are being implemented more quickly than policy and data retention plans. Increasingly, all business processes are adapting to mobile device transmission. There are serious eDiscovery, litigation hold, and retention concerns around Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) and Company Owned Employee Enabled (COPE) usage models. Privacy also interplays with the questions surrounding mobility.
The way organizations can take control of these emerging technologies is to construct policies that achieve a balance between freedom and control, while protecting the organization. While each organization may have different technology, system, policies, and resources, there are some key requirements that can be learned and abided by to reduce the risk of data breach. For more detailed training, contact us in order to learn about our custom training modules.
This Quay eLearning Module™ will not only educate employees regarding the best practices for mobility and device usage, it will measure and address this level of understanding. Organizations looking to reduce risk of non-compliance and embrace employee participation in the management of data are well suited for this module. The reporting functionality within the module will also afford a level of transparency and allow the organization to further refine their policies, technology, and training as needed with empirical data.
Another benefit of the reporting functionality is a reduction in insurance premiums, which Fortis Quay, Inc. will manage and submit on your organization's behalf in order to demonstrate compliance training. In the event an organization needs expert testimony with regard to the compliance training they have selected and completed, Fortis Quay, Inc. can also provide this service. Finally, the information delivered to an organization by Fortis Quay, Inc. from the reporting and accompanying analysis will inform larger strategy, purchasing, policy, workflow, and compliance decisions while decreasing information governance risk.