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Protecting Confidential Information And Trade Secrets From Defecting
Employees - Employment and HR - United States
As a first step, companies should consider which employees need access to
what information. Once the determination is made, employers should require
passwords to access any company computer, and use additional passwords to
restrict employees who do not need to view more sensitive company
informa­tion. Some companies are even employing voice-recognition software
and more advanced methods of confirming identities before allowing access
to more sensi­tive information. In addition, businesses can consider
encrypting files and folders that they do not want easily accessed.


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