It’s hard enough to protect your company against outside threats and attacks – phishing, viruses, hackers and the like. But what can you do (can you do anything?) to protect yourself against partners, employees and executives that have the passwords, user names and entire “keys to the kingdom” of your company’s digital assets?
ZD Net’s Baseline Magazine writes how an auto part distributor’s data was stolen by their chief technology officer, chief executive officer and a computer consultant for a rival!
Read the case studies and ZD Net’s solutions:
1) Identify secrets 2) Inform employees 3) Plot your defenses
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