Weak link

The big hacks catch our attention.  But what about the little leaks?

Bank Tellers Draw Scrutiny Over Security,” The Wall Street Journal, June 8, 2015 C3. New York to look at what controls banks put on information that tellers may access.

Should banks be concerned if a teller looks up information on a whole bunch of customers that the teller doesn’t service?  Should you?

Is this an access issue or a duty-to-protect issue?  Or something else?

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