Firms tackle cyber-sabotage

Friday, 19 July 2002, 3:35 AM EST

The US recession and the thousands of lay-offs that have resulted have also forced the issue centre stage.

There is a worrying tendency for disgruntled employees to take their venom out on former employers by going back into the company system with their valid ID access codes to create chaos.

And that has created the business of trying to prevent such potentially damaging occurrences.

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