How well do you know your network?

Wednesday, 18 October 2006, 4:55 PM EST

The information security officer for a network of healthcare centers in New York found an employee sending confidential payroll information to a recruiter. A California-based semiconductor manufacturing technology provider caught a worker e-mailing PowerPoint slides detailing product plans to a former colleague at a competitor to show off the “cool things” he was working on. A network administrator for a school district in Indiana nabbed a student trying to finagle school lunch account information stored on an off-limits server.

At NetworkWorld.

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