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UC Privacy: Where are the New Pitfalls?

Sorell Slaymaker  (Principal Consulting Analyst, TechVision Research)

Location: Sun D

Date: Monday, March 21

Time: 11:15 am - 12:00 pm

Pass type: Entire Event Orlando - Get your pass now!

Track: Security & Compliance

Session Type: Conference Breakout Session

Vault Recording: TBD

As more business gets done remotely via Unified Communications & Collaboration platforms, your enterprise may find itself confronting privacy issues it’s never encountered before. How must your enterprise adjust its policies to reflect these new privacy concerns, and how can you configure and manage your communications tools to correctly implement the new policies that may be coming? In this session, a leading expert on enterprise security and compliance will be joined by a panel of subject matter experts to discuss the specific issues that you’re likely to confront, and the technologies and best practices you’ll need in order to address the issues sufficiently and minimize risk to the business. You’ll come away with a list of action items that will let you advance your team’s awareness of emerging privacy issues in the context of UC application usage.

Takeaways:

  • What business scenarios are most susceptible to emerging privacy issues arising from IM chat, video, and other communications media? What best practices should you institute to head off potential problems?
  • What are the laws today governing discoverability and protection of communications including IM chat, video files and transcripts? What possible changes might we see in these laws and public policy?
  • What pitfalls, both legal and cultural, are likely to become more of an issue for use of video and other collaboration technologies in international meetings?
  • What governance will be required when it comes to the user identities and systems that employees use when conducting enterprise business?
  • How might all of these questions, and more, be translated into mandates that IT will be expected to fulfill on a technical level such as: Should an enterprise mandate that all video conference participants have and use a corporate approved background?

Read Sorell Slaymaker's articles on No Jitter

Presentation File

MON_1115_Sun_D_UC_Privacy_S_Slaymaker.pdf