July 5, 2018
Published in securityroundtable.org
That’s why employee surveillance is on the rise. Cameras, webcams, GPS tracking devices, key loggers, social media trackers, phone recording systems, and even software that captures text messages and screenshots from personal computers have become the new normal. Yet, it’s critical to use monitoring tools intelligently and effectively—while avoiding the reputational and legal risks associated with extreme surveillance.
Said Edward Stroz, co-president at Stroz Friedberg, an Aon company that specializes in risk management: “Employee monitoring should be done with a sensitivity to the company’s culture.”