How careful is your firm about ensuring that staff who leave for pastures new don’t continue to log into your network?
As more and more workers are allowed remote access to IT systems, the issue of how to ensure security is not compromised when they leave your company’s employment is an important one.
Whether a disgruntled former employee is opening up systems to spammers, planting malware, or replacing the CEO’s presentation with porn, the consequences can be serious.
The latest case concerns IT expert Jason Cornish and the pharmaceutical firm Shionogi.
37-year-old Cornish, from Smyrna, Georgia, worked in Shionogi’s IT department, reporting directly to a close friend of…
Read more in my article on the Naked Security website.
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