Revamping Employee Data, Cloud & Social Media Policies and Training to Mitigate Legal Risks

Level: Advanced
Runtime: 60 minutes
Recorded Date: May 22, 2018
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12:30 pm - 1:30 pm
  • Issues to consider with BYOD? (Bring Your Own Device)
  • Challenges of BYOD Use
  • Securing Mobile Devices
  • Addressing App Risks
  • Securing your BYOD Program
Runtime: 1 hour
Recorded: May 22, 2018


Nowadays, everybody is on social media -- including your bosses and employees. Because today’s employee is always-on and connected 24/7, companies are having a harder time determining the right balance between instilling a culture of data protection vs. where to draw the line on employee monitoring. Having a predetermined company policy on social media is the norm, but its open forum still presents a huge risk that many organizations don’t know how to deal with.

This session will discuss how companies can train their employees to mitigate legal risks on social media.

This program was recorded on May 22nd, 2018.

Provided By



Tami Reinglass Horton

Chief Compliance Counsel & Chief Privacy Officer
Cancer Treatment Centers of American (CTCA)

Tami Horton is Chief Compliance Counsel and Privacy Officer at Cancer Treatment Centers of America (CTCA). With almost 20 years of experience, Tami has a rich background as a legal and business partner and advisor focused on regulatory law and ethics.

Prior to joining CTCA, Tami served as General Counsel and Chief Privacy and Compliance Officer for Illinois Bone & Joint Institute (IBJI), one of the largest independent physician practices in the country, where she was responsible for establishing the legal and compliance departments. In that role, Tami led IBJI’s legal team in its successful participation as an early awardee in the CMS Bundled payment for Care Improvement Initiative Program. Previously, she was an associate at Mayer Brown in Chicago.

Tami is a frequent speaker about compliance related topics and value-based payment models. Tami has presented at national and regional conferences, including multiple presentations at the American Health Lawyer Association’s Annual Meetings and Hospitals and Health Systems Law Institute. She was the primary author of the American Health Lawyer Association’s Compliance Program for Physician Practices Toolkit.

Tami earned a J.D. with Honors from The Law School at the University of Chicago and a bachelor’s Degree magna cum laude and with Honors form the University of Michigan. She is a member of Phi Beta Kappa. She is also certified in Healthcare Compliance by the Health Care Compliance Association.

Ella Liberman

Asst. Vice President & Asst. General Counsel
Zurich North American

Ella Liberman concentrates on Corporate Governance, Corporate Licensing and Regulatory Matters, Marketing, Advertising and Communications, Data Privacy & Security, and Intellectual Property. Ella has been instrumental in creating and implementing corporate governance policies and handling general corporate matters such as development of board agendas, minutes, and committee charters. Ella also serves on the board of directors of HandsOn Suburban Chicago.

Leila Borbor

Global Legal Communications & Reputatiional Risk Director
Jones Lang LaSalle (JLL)

Leila Borbor joined Jones Lang LaSalle Incorporated (JLL) in June 2016 as its Global Legal Communications & Reputational Risk Director. In that role, she oversees the firm’s Legal, Compliance, Ethics and Sustainability communications strategies on a global basis and leads its Global Risk and Reputation Program. From 2005 through June 2016, she served as Communications and Digital Manager for JLL France.

Fluent in three languages, Leila has 15 years’ experience in Corporate Communications and Public Relations, including a special expertise in digital and social media practices and their measurement. She graduated with honors with a Master’s degree in General and Comparative Literature from Sorbonne University in Paris. 

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