Ten ways to protect your confidential information

The Globe and Mail | DECEMBER 27, 2013
Ralph Kroman

In today's business world, confidential information such as customer lists, proprietary technology, pricing information, and marketing plans are critical business assets that can be compromised if not handled properly.

A prime area of exposure is departing employees who choose to work for a competitor. Risk also exists when confidential information is disclosed in order to negotiate a business deal, but the negotiation falls apart.

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