|It's getting easier to keep an eye on employees and customers, both in terms of video surveillance, with ever smaller and cheaper digital cameras, and data monitoring, with powerful tools for examining emails, web activity, and network packets. Done correctly, these surveillance activities can help deter or catch theft and fraud. Done poorly, however, surveillance can be expensive and ineffective, and can create legal risks and morale problems. Here are pointers on creating and communicating your policy, determining return on investment, and other video surveillance basics.
Why is the policy so important, and what should my corporate policy include?
Policy is important because mismanaged security surveillance is expensive and wasteful ... View More|