Episode 909 – Tesla New Hire Allegedly Takes Thousands Of Proprietary Files, Gets Fired And Sued

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This episode talks about a situation at Telsa that led to a new employee’s termination and Tesla suing them in court. Reflecting on lessons learned about onboarding, least privilege and use of personal services in a corporate environment.

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