Going to work for the competition

By Lorna Caddy

As technology develops, employees become increasingly more mobile and able to capture key information in a portable way. While this has many advantages, there are obvious threats for employers, both new and old.

With this backdrop, the protection of databases becomes increasingly important for businesses, given the increased large amount of business-critical information now stored in electronic databases.

Where a former employee takes his or her former employer’s information, data or materials to a competitor, the former employer will normally have a range of options open to it…

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