How to Monitor Employees While Respecting Data Privacy – CPO Magazine

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Employee monitoring software is a critical resource for protecting intellectual property, securing sensitive data, and ensuring that company assets are used appropriately. The solutions used to monitor employees can collect a vast range of potentially data including file access history, internet use, keystrokes, and email traffic. To ensure compliance with data privacy regulations the implementation of these technologies must be properly assessed against the potential privacy impacts they can have for employees.

Want to learn how to monitor employees while respecting GDPR, CCPA, and other data privacy legislation? CurrentWare’s managing director Neel Lukka and marketing coordinator Dale Strickland have written a guest article for CPO Magazine with all of the details you need. Check it out!

CPO Magazine – How to Monitor Employees While Respecting Data Privacy


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Dale Strickland
Dale Strickland
Dale Strickland is the Digital Marketing Manager for CurrentWare, a global provider of user activity monitoring, web filtering, and device control software. Dale’s diverse multimedia background allows him the opportunity to produce a variety of content for CurrentWare including blogs, infographics, videos, eBooks, and social media shareables.