Employees Quit. Data Leaves.

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Departing employees account for more than half of all insider threat incidents. Ask three quitters, and two of them will openly admit to taking data with them when they leave. The third one might just be less honest about it.

Quitters are walking out the door with valuable information – from source code and CAD files, to financial documents and customer lists. Worse, organizations aren’t realizing it until months later – often when a competitor comes out with a copycat product or steals clients.

This report presents a life-like scenario depicting how and why a departing member of staff can prove to be a significant security threat, and outlines the steps that can be taken to mitigate the risks.

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