Companies are trying to get better at spotting rogue or unstable employees who could put money, data or co-workers at risk.
Market Watch reports that of course, most employers would prefer not to hire such people in the first place, but after a rash of cybersecurity breaches and an FBI warning that disgruntled or ex-employees could 'pose a significant cyber threat,' bosses are stepping up screening and using new technology to root out any bad apples.
Employees can turn into liabilities for corporations in many ways: by insider trading, inflating expense reports or payroll logs, bribing, extorting or simply being unproductive. As data breaches have become commonplace, security companies have cropped up to help organizations monitor employees’ network behavior and identify risky activity.
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