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IT pros, have you caught a rogue employee stealing from the company, divulging competitive secrets or engaging in some other form of malfeasance? Have you been able to use your IT skills to sniff out and put a stop to sketchy activity inside your company? If so, Lee Pender would like to hear from you. Lee is doing a story for Redmond on IT Heroes -- folks who have used their tech savvy to bust wrongdoers. If you're one of those people or know a good story about one, please contact him at [email protected] Confidentiality absolutely guaranteed, as always.

Posted by Doug Barney on 08/05/2011 at 1:18 PM


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