Employees aren’t always going to be employees, and therefore you must have in place a mechanism to address what happens when someone is no longer a member of the company team. The circumstances of a person’s departure may affect the manner and means in which you act, but the result needs to be the same: full and complete termination of access to company information. Any employee who departs is no longer a trusted insider.This is called off-boarding, and without a comprehensive off-boarding process, you risk being exploited by a malevolent former employee. Former employees whose access is not terminated can attempt to access data from which they should now be excluded.To read this article in full, please click here