CUSTOMER INFORMATION SECURITY. LY, PHAM HIEN. Problem. Fill out ABBank’s Customer Information Form. Then receive E-letter from VietinBank. Question. How is the Bank’s Customer Information in the hand of the another Bank?. Possibility. Sharing is caring Stolen the Data.
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How is the Bank’s Customer Information in the hand of the another Bank?
(specialization, intellectual property rights)
1. Empty the Mailbox
Never leave your Inbox overnight. This is your best defense against stealing mail.
2. Watch the Fax
Try to stand by the fax machine to receive sensitive information as soon as it comes in.
3. Send Email Sparingly
When sending sensitive information via e-mail, encrypt it first – or don’t send it at all. There’s always the possibility of interception or an accidental electronic distribution.
4. Make Copy Carefully
5. Leave the Discreet Voice-Mail Messages
You never know who’s standing within earshot of someone’s work area, so avoid leaving a detailed voice-mail message if it involves sensitive information.
6. Keep things Private in Public
When you’re in a public place, think twice before discussing proprietary information or any details about sensitive projects. You never know who’s listening.
7. Identify Stranger.
8. Limit Cellphone Conversation.
Anyone can listen in on your cell phone conversation. All it takes is a good ear and a decent scanner. Avoid sharing any sensitive information over a cell phone.
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