Employees "leaking" data as they leave

View Poll Results: How do you handle employees that leave your organisation?

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  • Have a procedure to remove access but we don't audit it

    1 14.29%
  • We have a procedure to remove access AND we audit it

    3 42.86%
  • We don't have a procedure but we run routine checks for dormant accounts

    0 0%
  • We have no procedures or routine checks I am aware of

    3 42.86%
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    Employees "leaking" data as they leave

    Hi all,

    Another interesting article I found today:

    http://www.theregister.co.uk/2009/02...threat_survey/

    How people handle staff that leave their organisation so I thought I would do my own antionline survey out of interest.

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    Currently I work SOHO environments. They have no clue.
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    We have a policy and we audit it and we are then audited by a third party to make sure we follow the policy.
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    I have two flash drives from the transit department in Augusta. Another from Sitel. Another from a random department store that was just sitting near a machine as I walked out... and no... I didn't work there.

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    Yeah, I have a bunch of flash drives that I found just sitting on a shelf in walmart... and a stack of cash I found in a drawer up front... and the ATM that they had out front... and the car that left it's keys in the ignition... I am typing this on a computer that was in this house that left the doors unlocked...
    \"Those of us that had been up all night were in no mood for coffee and donuts, we wanted strong drink.\"

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    Quote Originally Posted by westin View Post
    Yeah, I have a bunch of flash drives that I found just sitting on a shelf in walmart... and a stack of cash I found in a drawer up front... and the ATM that they had out front... and the car that left it's keys in the ignition... I am typing this on a computer that was in this house that left the doors unlocked...
    LOL

    Too fricken funny!!!

    Good one Westin

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