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Florida attorney Michael D. Lozoff, partner at Shutts & Bowen in Miami, has certainly seen many trends come and go in the credit union industry throughout his 35-year career. But he has seen very few trends as popular as the “bring your own device,” or BYOD, to the workplace.

That concerns him, and other legal professionals as well, who serve the credit union industry. They say cooperatives that don’t have sufficient BYOD policies are putting themselves at a high risk for unwanted legal issues that can be costly in more ways than one.

Peter Strozniak


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