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we must - there is no choice.
> It connects all of our inside systems to all of outside.
> And it is the Internet ("public wire") traffic going in/out of Salomon
> we are checking - not internal email.
> The security rule for Internet traffic is "don't send anything you
> wouldn't want to read about in tomorrow's newspaper".
is monitored. After all, companies aren't democracies.
Finally, I should point out that all the people at both sites were told
repeatedly that Internet email was being monitored; this includes all
traffic picked up by my JobTalk analytic:
> All sites start out with the employment contract stating unequivocally
> that the systems are the company's and are to be used only for work
> purposes. And that they are subject to inspection. You signed it.
> Salomon's goes further by stating the firm's computer systems may be
> audited and that they have the right to do so even if you have put
> personal information on the system.
> After the first couple of months of security incidents at Salomon,
> they began issuing global email broadcasts saying that a new security
> package "Internet Risk Management: email facility" had been installed,
> and that Internet email traffic was actively being monitored.
> They did so again and again.
> I think they sent out a memo to everyone too.
> Security incidents NEVER stopped.
> Major viol
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