Monday, November 24, 2014

Bank Insider Stole Customer Info for Competitor

A national bank has filed a suit against a competing institution claiming they hired one of their employees to steal customer information.

For a month before the employee left his position with the plaintiff he sent confidential information to his new employer. The new employer had set up an email account to receive customer names, tax returns, credit approvals, and other documents

"he transferred numerous tax returns, credit approvals and other documents from [the bank's] customers to his next employer in the weeks before he resigned"
- The New Jersey Law Journal
While the breaches of confidential information were discovered by a forensic review after the employee left they could have been detected proactively with low-cost on-demand SaaS analytics services.
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Sources:
(a) TD Bank Claims Rival Stole Customer Files - www.NewJerseyLawJournal.com, 11/20/2014

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