| By Tracey Capen |
Here’s a video we’ve used before, but we think it’s both appropriate for this issue’s theme and certainly humorous enough to repeat.
Most small-business theft is an inside job. Employees get angry at the boss, valuable goods are left unsecured, managers find easy ways to divert company funds to a secret account. Thankfully, no one who runs a small business has to face this possibility: a bored employee accidentally finds a portable black hole and soon discovers nefarious ways to use it. Fortunately, his greed proves his undoing. Play the video
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Portable black hole gives employee access to all
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All Windows Secrets articles posted on 2011-04-21:
- Bonus The costs and cures for business data breaches
- Introduction Special report on small-business security
- Top Story Keep your data safe while on the road
- Insider Tricks Keeping your business data under lock and key
- Wacky Web Week Portable black hole gives employee access to all
- LangaList Plus Blocked files — Windows security excess
- Best Practices Workplace hazards in the Internet Age
- In the Wild A new way for Office docs to be gone in Flash
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