Regulating company e-mail and Internet usage isn't a "big brother" tactic. These days, it's just smart business. That's because trillions of e-mails travel each year through corporate networks -- and they're not all work-related. From off-color jokes to pornographic images, from software pirates to eBay addicts, digital abuse has left companies wide open to liability risks, security breaches, and productivity nosedives. The most effective -- and least used -- way for a company to protect itself is by developing clear, comprehensive e-policies. And this completely thorough, up-to-date, and readable e-policy survival kit will make it easy. Packed with step-by-step guidelines, sample policies, and e-disaster stories, The E-Policy Handbook helps readers: Realize the magnitude of e-risks -- Understand cyberlaws -- Gauge the vulnerability of their organization -- Purchase protective cyber-insurance -- Write and format top-notch e-policies -- Train employees about on-line policies -- Draft an e-crisis communications plan, and more.