Someone is stealing electronic data from you — right now. A person your firm or company has trusted for years is doing things that are making you suspect he or she is stealing. You don’t know how or with whom, but you know something is wrong. What do you do? Where do you turn? How do you find out for sure?

While this may not actually be happening to you right now, it may happen in the future. There is no way to actually avoid it, but there are ways to detect and catch the person before he gets anything else.

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