Webcast: Exploring the pros and cons of employee monitoring

Have you thought about monitoring your employees' computer and Internet usage? Join us for an informative webcast, "Exploring the pros and cons of employee monitoring." expert Kevin Beaver explores the reasons you should and should not consider monitoring your employees' computer activities.

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With privacy at the forefront, the subject of employee monitoring has become a highly charged topic over the past several years, making organizations hesitant about monitoring their employees' use of the Internet and e-mail. Listen and learn as expert Kevin Beaver dives into this issue and helps you decide. If you have questions about employee monitoring, you can submit them during the webcast, and Kevin's answer will be e-mailed to you.

Kevin covers:

  • Both sides of the employee monitoring debate
  • Accpetable usage policy considerations
  • Tips on monitoring if you chose to do so

    About the speaker

    Kevin Beaver, CISSP, is President of the Atlanta-based information security consulting firm Principle Logic, LLC. He is the contributing author and editor of the upcoming book "Healthcare Information Systems, second edition" by Auerbach Publications. Kevin is a columnist for, frequently speaks on information security and HIPAA security readiness and serves as Secretary of InfraGard Atlanta. He earned his bachelor's degree in Computer Engineering Technology from Southern Polytechnic State University and his master's degree in Management of Technology from Georgia Tech.

    As an expert on, Kevin is available to answer your security questions.

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