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Ex-Employees Say It's OK To Take Corporate Data With Them
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PJS880
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2/15/2013 | 6:23:03 PM
re: Ex-Employees Say It's OK To Take Corporate Data With Them




Correct me if I am
wrong but isnGt the leading threat for companies information security current
and former employees? -I believe the lack
of knowledge that employees have regarding this policy is probably the leading
reason for the high percentages. I blame both the employer and employee. I
blame the employer for not properly training their employees that this is not a
practice they partake in and refer to the company policy. As far as employees
it is their responsibility to keep up to date with changes regarding their behaviors
in the office and what they are allowed and not allowed to do with their intellectual
property.

Paul Sprague

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J. Nicholas Hoover
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2/8/2013 | 7:36:36 PM
re: Ex-Employees Say It's OK To Take Corporate Data With Them
I wonder how many of those folks are actually allowed to take data with them. This sounds like a more significant problem than I thought it was.
Bryan Yurcan
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2/8/2013 | 7:08:21 PM
re: Ex-Employees Say It's OK To Take Corporate Data With Them
This is one of the many factors businesses need to consider when creating their BYOD policy, if they already hadn't.-


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