Workplace Data Theft Runs Rampant

According to the BBC in a story BBC NEWS | Technology | Workplace data theft runs rampant

Employees often steal data when leaving their jobs and office technology makes it much easier for workers to steal important information from their employers.

Research into intellectual property theft found that almost 70% of people have stolen key information from work.

The most pilfered items include e-mail address books, customer databases as well as proposals and presentations.

Many of those questioned said they used office e-mail to get the stolen information off company premises.

But is anyone surprised. I'm not.


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