Employees and Data Loss

Protecting Data in the Age of Employee Churn

Whether in search of higher pay, better managers, or more recognition, people are changing jobs an average of every 4.6 years. Higher attrition translates to higher risks of data loss — and the more senior the employee, the greater the organizational losses. Many employees feel entitled to the work they’ve created, including both public and classified data. Fortunately, there are ways to determine who is likely to take data — and what to do about it.

Download the white paper to:

  • Understand why employees ignore data policies when they quit
  • Identify the data most likely to be stolen
  • Recognize enterprise blind spots most likely to result in data theft
  • Manage corporate data compliance requirements
  • Learn how to recover from data theft — as well as data breach and sabotage