I work for a very large, tech heavy organization and I use WiFi at work - been there for many years and have been using their WiFi the whole time. I also use iMessage almost exclusively and I’m starting to wonder about general security of my messages while on their WiFi, are my messages actually private? If an employer wanted to go through the messages sent, would they just require a cell number to be able to pick out my information?
I don’t use a work issued cell and I’ve never given it to them for any programs to be downloaded onto it. I’d like to believe that private messages sent to my spouse, job hunting inquires, etc... would be private because I’m using iMessage, but is that really the case?
What other information would they be able to get? Is there an expectation of privacy that is legally enforceable? I would almost understand messages sent for work purposes being monitored, but outside of those specific contacts, could they access private transmissions as well?
I’ve used their WiFi for a long time, I can’t remember if I ever gave a special security certificates a long time ago or how I could even check that?