Global financial services firm Morgan Stanley has announced on Monday that it has fired an employee of its Wealth Management Group following the theft of "partial client data." According to Yahoo Finance, he stole information of some 350,000 wealth management clients.
Most enterprises of any significant size have implemented security training programs, designed to teach employees how to avoid major security risks – phishing attacks launched from clicking on suspicious email, password requirements that are complex and ever-changing, and perhaps even two-factor authentication when logging in to certain systems.
Companies around the world have reason to be worried about the use of cloud applications to share mission-critical information.
Recent events – both in the United States and in Japan – have forced IT administrators everywhere to reevaluate the possibility of insider threats.
Ghosts and zombies aren’t the only things coming back from the dead this Halloween.
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