Law360, New York (September 1, 2015, 10:50 AM EDT) -- When businesses think of data security, they often think first and foremost of protecting the valuable, often intangible assets that make up the essence of the business from theft and release by malevolent outsiders. What typically does not come to mind first is protecting the enormous amounts of data that businesses collect on a regular basis about their employees. The employee data that businesses collect contains a wide array of sensitive and private information about what is arguably any business' most valuable asset: its people.
Yet, protecting employee data, and taking special measures to train employees to do so, is not...
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