Every company faces this dilemma at some point: an employee must be discharged from their job where they had access to confidential corporate data. The reasons are as varied as the people themselves. Perhaps the discharge is due to corporate downsizing. Maybe the company is changing its focus and the employee’s job has become obsolete. The worst scenario occurs when the company finds an employee doing something nefarious, such as stealing information or accessing confidential data to which they have no business responsibility, such as looking up the personal contact information for a client that the employee wants to date.