Three years after I left my former job, I got an official letter telling me the organization suffered a data breach. My personal information was at risk of identity theft. I shouldn’t have been surprised. That job’s offboarding process hadn’t been the best. For years after leaving, I had access to my email and to databases filled with sensitive data. While the cause of this data breach was never revealed, it could have very well been a former employee with a grudge, someone who had the same easy access I did.