Ex-Employees Say It's OK To Take Corporate Data With Them

New survey finds nearly 70 percent of employees who recently left or were fired from their job say their organizations don't prevent them from using confidential info.

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Half of employees say they took corporate data with them when they left their jobs or were fired, and 40 percent plan to use that data in their new positions at other organizations, according to a new report.

Sixty-two percent don't think this practice is wrong, either: They say it's OK to take corporate data with them via their PCs, tablets, smartphones, or cloud file-sharing applications.

Does your CU have data loss policies being enforced for mobile, cloud, and other extrusion channels?