This insider, who has been fired, claims he did not intend to use the information for personal financial gain.
"[The employee is] accused of stealing account data on about 350,000 clients...potentially the largest data theft at a wealth-management firm."An article in Forbes noted "Now, after a leak of client data at the hands of one of its own, [this company's] wealth management team will need to work hard to regain trust." Organization's seeking to proactively detect data theft by rogue employees can utilize low-cost on-demand SaaS analytics services.
- The Wall Street Journal
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(a) Morgan Stanley Fires Employee Over Client-Data Leak - www.WSJ.com, 01/05/2015