How to handle the theft of company data

05/1/2013 | FindLaw

If one of your current employees is stealing data from your business, you should collect evidence, follow your disciplinary policies and consider firing him or her, Brett Snider writes. Meanwhile, if a former staff member has stolen data from your company, you might want to issue a cease-and-desist letter, sue him or her and work with the police to resolve the issue, he writes.

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