Sexting, Security & Social Media: Digital Dilemmas in the Workplace & How to Solve Them

Wednesday 11:30 AM – 12:30 PM

Session Description

Allowing employees to use their own mobile devices for work (BYOD) has its benefits, but how can employers mitigate the risks to company data that it presents? Likewise, what can employers do to curb concerns over liability, confidentiality, and productivity presented by social media? The workplace opportunities for digital dilemmas are numerous and daunting. Please join us for a discussion of some of the challenges inherent in the ever-changing digital workplace as well as for practical legal advice on crafting effective policies and procedures to protect your company


Susan Bassford Wilson

Susan focuses on management-side employment law, particularly on counseling and litigation prevention for technology, transportation, healthcare and retail companies. She handles a wide range of employment matters in federal and state courts across Missouri and Illinois, as well as successfully representing employers in mediation and administrative matters before the EEOC, NLRB, MCHR and IDHR. Susan earned her law degree from the University of Michigan, and her undergraduate degrees in journalism and psychology from the University of Missouri. Susan serves as co-chair of Constangy’s e-Law Practice Group, and is also a member of the firm’s Diversity Council.