What are the best practices to be followed to maintain security in the manufacturing site where camera phones are allowed?
I'm working on one of the largest manufacturing facility where few of the R&D/IT/HR team sits in the same shop floor but in one of the designated areas. Though we have restricted the usage of camera phones for the people working in assembly line so that they would be not able to take pics of the OT/IoT CIS systems, The other set of people working on R&D/IT/HR are allowed to carry the phones. This poses the security risk as to they could capture the pictures of the shop floor.
We could not ask the employees not to use phones as it will block the access to business tools. One use case is use of google authenticator and SMS for MFA and increased security. Issuing duck phones(basic phones) is not a solution as we would not be able to use Google authenticator and any other office tools.
Additionally, as we are used to mobile/smart phones in this era, people from all age groups, designations (developer <-> CXO's) would not accept if I block the use of phones using physical security(metal detector) check.
We have added a physical security control of camera-block tamper evident stickers. However, this is a failure as everybody uses mobile case/cover and the sticker is eventually pasted on the cover covering camera lens. This leads people to remove the phone from the cover and take snaps.
So my question is that, how do we maintain security such that no photos are taken in the site?.