In a recent entry in the Delaware Employment Law blog, Molly DiBanca recounts the story of a employee who gives two weeks notice of intent to resign and then proceeds to email confidential and proprietary information to his new employer from his work email account. Note to employers, lock down or at least seriously

                                                

In a survey of 950 former employees, 60 percent admitted to taking confidential information from their former employers. 

Most of the data takers (53 percent) said they downloaded the information onto a CD or DVD, while 42 percent put it on a USB drive and 38 percent sent it as attachments via e-mail, according