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In this at , tries to address the issue of insider threat by talking about why your [pink viagra] employees might 'go rogue'.   I think he completely misses the point by discussing the motivation for spies and convicted traitors. This is a different class of people from toss that commit financial fraud and take revenge pink viagra on employers who they think have wronged them.

Lets be fair, how many of these characteristics would have applied to people like , , the rogue traders such as Yasuo Hamanaka at of Japan in 1998 and at the in 2002, at , was a former currency trader at of , , and - never mind the rogue executives as , and and many other that were motivated by greed.
The list on the blackboard in the cartoon doesn't, I think, apply to the 'rogue traders'. It applies only somewhat to the rogue executives but it does apply more comprehensively to the spies and traitors like Ames & Early. However point that (many) white-collar criminals are led into crime by "intense personal problems" makes more sense and also applies to people such as at the . So I don't think this is a very good article. Donn's observation si more geenral and more useful than Tom's. More to the point, since Tom's article fails to address issues such as senior management ignoring the business controls that are in place because the people concerned were making a profit (aka greed in high places) and because it doesn't address the issue of having internal resources where staff can come to get advice about pressing personal problems, and finally because it doesn't deal with the possible channels for ethics complaints and whistle-blowing pink viagra, it fails to address its title; there is nothing here about prevention - only detection, and very limited form of detection at that.


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