Workplace Security: Utah
Federal law and guidance on this subject should be reviewed together with this section.
Author: Benjamin Harmon, Callister, Nebeker & McCullough
- Utah law prohibits any person, including employees, from gaining unauthorized access to any computer or computer network, program or system and imposes criminal penalties for any violation. See Computer Crimes.
- Public employees are protected from retaliation when they make good faith reports of waste of public money or resources. See Fraud.
- Utah employers that possess personal identifying information must take precautions to safeguard that information and have notification requirements in the event of a system breach. See Protecting Personal Information.
- Utah employers are limited in the restrictions that they can place on their employees with respect to their employees' rights to carry firearms. See Guns and Weapons in the Workplace.