Post-Snowden, more companies on the lookout for rogue IT workers

06/24/2013 | New York Times (tiered subscription model), The

Across corporate America, executives watching the National Security Agency leak scandal unfold have been forced to confront the discomfiting possibility that one of their own IT workers could leak reams of important, and potentially damaging, data. While cases of intentional in-house breaches are rare, experts say systems administrators enjoy unrivaled access to corporate data networks, a fact that is prompting some companies to take a look at enhanced security measures and software to protect themselves. The NSA is now implementing a two-man rule to offset leaks, said its director, Gen. Keith B. Alexander.

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