Companies usually take steps to prevent outsiders from
infiltrating their organizations and stealing trade secrets. Yet in most cases,
the greater danger is internal. Employees may take sensitive information when
they leave, or sell it to rivals while still employed. Stop this theft by
identifying sensitive information to be protected and where it’s vulnerable.
Then develop a security policy that considers your business methods, potential
weaknesses and staffing patterns. Don’t forget to educate employees about
threats such as eavesdroppers in public places. Contact us for more