BURBANK, Calif.-Disgruntled, laid-off employees may be inclined to walk out with confidential data stored under their belt, but a number of CUs say they are still more concerned that current employees will accidentally e-mail non-public information (NPI), rather than maliciously steal it.

"Protecting data from accidental leakage is my foremost concern" related to data loss, said Clark Dilley, manager, information systems and technology at $215-million AFTRA-SAG FCU here, echoing what other CIOs have told Credit Union Journal over the years.

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