Tracking who sees what

“Goldman Employee Is Arrested,” The Wall Street Journal, June 1, 2018 B8. A banker now on leave from his job at Goldman Sachs charged with insider trading.  He allegedly accessed information about upcoming mergers and acquisitions and then traded stocks.

‘The bank’s internal records show he accessed information about the deals when he placed his trades….”

Your company no doubt tracks who accesses what information on your computer systems, right?  And connects the dots when you buy stock later?

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