We published an article with NYSBA Labor and Employment Law Journal, titled “Employee Threats to Critical Technologies Are Best Addressed Through a Formalized Insider Threat Risk Assessment Process and Program.” With the New York State Bar Association’s permission, we have linked it here.

Employers across all industries are deep in the midst of exciting but unchartered and fluid times. Rapid and unforeseen technological advancements are largely responsible for this dynamic. And while there is a natural tendency to embrace their novelty and potential, the reality is that these advancements are often outpacing our regulatory environment, our bedrock legal constructs, and, in some cases, challenging the traditional notions of work itself.

For employers, this presents numerous challenges and opportunities—from the proper design of the portfolio of the modern workforce, to protecting confidential information in an increasingly vulnerable digital world, to managing resources across less and less predictable borders, and to harnessing (while tempering the power of) intelligence exhibited by machines.

The time is now (if not yesterday!) to develop a long-term strategy to help navigate these current issues and anticipate the challenges and opportunities of the future.

The articles in this Take 5 include:

  1. Embracing the Gig Economy: You’re Already a Player in It (Yes, You!)
  2. AI in the Workplace: The Time to Develop a Workplace Strategy Is Now
  1. Best Practices to Manage the Risk of Data Breach Caused by Your Employees and Other Insiders
  1. News Media Companies Entering the Non-Compete Game
  1. Employers Dodge Bullet in Recent U.S. Supreme Court Travel Ban Order

Read the full Take 5 online or download the PDF.