The leak of client records at Morgan Stanley illustrates the danger posed when just one employee has unauthorized or unsecured access to sensitive information, as well as the ongoing threat to financial institutions from insider theft.

The investment bank said this week that a rogue employee stole account records for 350,000 of its wealth management clients and posted 900 of those records online. The bank has answered some questions about the case, but others remain open.

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