Organizations are constantly on the watch for outside hackers, with good reason. With that said, some organizations are so busy locking their doors to hackers that they forget to watch people who already have the keys: their own employees. Clients often consult with their attorneys about what to do when key employees quit or are terminated, and there are many steps attorneys can take both proactively and reactively to mitigate potential losses. This eBook provides practical advice to outside and in-house counsel when faced with decisions regarding protecting valuable corporate data from employee data theft.
Part of preventing employee data theft involves understanding what motivates such conduct. Learn the most common factors that motivate employees to take data with them when departing an organization.
There are many components to a successful plan to reduce the risk of employee data theft, and to mitigate damage associated with such theft. Learn practical proactive steps you can take to best assist your client in reducing the risks and costs of employee data theft.
Download the eBook “8 Things Lawyers Need To Know About Insider Data Theft Expert” to best position you and your clients to reduce the risks inherent in employee departures.This eBook includes guidance and practice tips for:
You will learn more about the following topics:
Insiders Already have The Keys That Hackers Are Trying To Steal
Insiders Have Many Motives To Steal Data
Perform Targeted Investigations
Adopt And Update Computer Usage Policies
Improve End Of Employment Processes
Establish Digital Forensics Provider Relationships
Consider Endpoint Security Options
Invest In Deterring And Detecting Insider Data Theft