"Jones had access to employees’ names, social security numbers and dates of birth, but did not have permission to possess the employees’ information outside of her employment."From the court documents it appears the restaurant chain was unaware of the identity thefts until law enforcement contacted them. However, rather than learn of employee or customer identity thefts, organizations can proactively detect such thefts, even by authorized users, with low-cost on-demand SaaS analytics services.
- US Attorney's Office, Southern District of Florida
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(a) Former National Fast Food Restaurant Chain Employee And Co-Defendant Plead Guilty In Identity Theft Tax Fraud Scheme - www.Justice.gov, 04/16/2014