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IDG Contributor Network: Employee data often isn't encrypted as well as customer data,...

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    Employee bank records are among the sensitive details that companies are failing to protect adequately through encryption, a recent study has uncovered.

    While enterprises now take customer data protection seriously, in many cases they're ignoring their workers' needs for security, according to encryption product vendor Sophos.

    Not always doing it

    Sophos says that it found almost half (47%) of the companies it surveyed had owned-up to not always encrypting employee healthcare information when it stored that data.

    And close to that number (43%) failed to always encrypt workers' Human Resources employee files.

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