By: Amy Elisa Jackson, Glassdoor
These days, many companies provide employees with a variety of work devices from smartphones to laptops and even tablets to complete their work with.
Company IT departments usually set them up with your login information, a selection of important apps and all the bells ’n’ whistles that allow you to successfully do your job.
Somewhere around day five on the job is usually when we start updating the device with our own preferences: changing the screen saver to a picture of your pet, logging into your Spotify account to queue up the perfect “working late” playlist, checking Facebook for the news of the day (oh, and to say Happy Birthday to that friend from high school), and so on and so on.
However, cyber security experts say that weaving your personal and professional lives together via a work laptop is risky business — for you and the company.
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