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All large companies have formal processes for both onboarding and offboarding. These include granting access to corporate IT systems after hiring, and revoking said access during offboarding. In practice, the latter is far less effective — with departing employees often retaining access to work information. What are the risks involved, and how to avoid them? […]

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There’s good news for security pros worried that their organizations may be liable if their employees’ personal information gets hacked: a panel of judges in Pennsylvania says workers can’t collect damages from their employer if things like Social Security numbers, bank account information, birth dates, addresses and salaries are compromised in a data breach. Even […]

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IT security is usually focused on how to prevent outsiders with malicious intent from causing harm to your IT systems and data. While this is a valid concern, people within organizations who simply do not understand the consequences of their everyday habits and behavior on company computers pose an equivalent if not greater risk. Every […]

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