Former Trend Micro Employee Stole 120,000 customers data
by umerkhan - November 06, 2019 at 05:08 PM
#13
(November 08, 2019 at 04:07 AM)plastic Wrote: But how can you protect against an employee going bad? At some level you have to trust your employees and you can only limit what they have access to.
Yes, true .
But working with personnel is an important part of the management staff.
Also, see DLP systems as an answer to your question.
#14
Man talk about ruining your life over that move
#15
Still not clear either way, sometimes companies can use that "state sponsored attac" BS to cover up their own incompetence,, sometimes it's true.
#16
Yes, sure.
+ Re-branding
+ " hackers attack happen "

(November 15, 2019 at 12:51 AM)Ashfanino Wrote: Still not clear either way, sometimes companies can use that "state sponsored attac" BS to cover up their own incompetence,, sometimes it's true.
#17
If they do security as told on so many places, this shouldn't happen.

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