Attorney Discusses the Risk of Employee Data Loss with The Washington Post
In an article about the risk of employee data loss, Philadelphia partner Risa Boerner tells The Washington Post that employees don’t expect their employer to lose their data, so they take cyber breaches at work particularly hard. According to Risa, even if employees don’t quit over a security problem, the bad publicity can negatively affect an employer’s relationship with their employees. Companies are particularly at risk when working with third-party vendors that might not share their security standards. “This can be a serious, serious problem,” Risa said. “You can do everything in terms of training your employee, but if you’re handing it to a third party and they’re not setting the same standard as you, you’re putting that data at risk.”
To read the full article, visit The Washington Post.