How often do you think about malware? Do you consider it a threat to your operations? Do you have a strategy to prevent malware attacks and deal with them if they do occur? Is your strategy up to date?
Ontario's Labour Arbitration Board recently held that an employer did not overreact when it terminated an IT employee for cause after he used an employer computer to download, store and share thousands of copyrighted works including movies, TV shows, music tracks, games and pornographic material, totalling over half a terabyte of data. The board found that the employee violated the employer’s trust in him and acted in flagrant disregard for the employer’s computer information access policy over many years.
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