A US appeals court ruled on July 5th 2016 that sharing passwords was punishable under the Computer Fraud and Abuse Act ( CFAA). Ruling issued by the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals in the case USA vs Nosal II, employees sharing passwords was determined to be a Federal crime. The court decided it is illegal to share your password with other employees and former employees who use them to gain unauthorized access to company information.
Take Steps Now to Protect Sensitive Data
It’s a good idea to seek the services of an expert in cybercrime prevention rather than trying to go it alone. At ACUTRAQ, we know about the importance of password protection and follow strict protocols to ensure our clients and their data are protected properly and completely.
Please help us in continuing to keep this information safe by not sharing your log in credential and reporting anyone that is doing so and by removing any users that no longer are with your company. Today it’s someone else’s information, tomorrow it could be yours.
Secured Data – Easy as 1-2-3
1) Follow the link to request log in credentials.
2) Once authorized, you will get an email with credential and info on how to place an order.
3) Get peace of mind.
For over 20 years, ACUTRAQ Background Screening has provided data services to thousands of customers nationwide. Customers know help is just a call or a click away. By going to www.acutraq.com or by sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.org. You can also reach your team of experts by calling 479-439-9174.