Source: Resilience Post
19 Jul 2017

A new study by OneLogin has revealed that a large proportion of businesses fail to adequately protect their networks from the potential threat posed by ex-employees.

Speaking to Infosecurity, Steve Durbin, managing director, Information Security Forum Limited, explained that companies are becoming increasingly more aware of the issue but face challenges when it comes to handling it, as it requires an approach that combines both process and people skills with technology as a back up to effectively manage.

“Content management, identity and access management systems all have a role to play in monitoring activity but cultivating a culture of trust is likely to be the single most valuable management step in safeguarding an organization’s information assets,” he added. “How you treat your employees while they are with you will determine their mind set and approach once they have decided to leave.”

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