Companies fear their workers' lax e-mail security

Friday, 12 January 2007, 12:03 AM EST

Companies spend millions on systems to keep corporate e-mail safe. If only their employees were as paranoid.

A growing number of Internet-savvy workers are forwarding their office e- mail to free, Web-accessible personal accounts offered by Google, Yahoo and other companies. Their employers, who envision corporate secrets leaking through the back door of otherwise well-protected computer networks, are not pleased.

At IHT.

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