3 Steps to Protect Your Data During The High Risk Exit Period

Recently, companies like Lyft, Seagate, and Jawbone have sued, or are in the process of publically suing competitors over the theft of intellectual property or trade secrets by former employees.

These cases bring to light the abundance of sensitive data that can be of use to a competitor, as well as the ease of ability in the actual data theft itself.

But, Just Because It's In The News, Should You Be Worried?

These are pretty big companies listed above, and most of you aren’t in such large, well-known enterprises. So does your organization need to be concerned when employees leave? In a word, yes.

This Whitepaper will discuss how organizations can improve their security stance during the high risk period by taking a few steps that work to both protect against and prevent risky exit behavior.

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