Re: Depends if decent efforts at data security made by Morrisons
Taking photos of your screen would limit you to how many details you can steal, much less than 100,000
Printing 100,000 records, I recken at 60 records per side duplex 3 reams of paper, somebody might notice.
My emplorer has less than 100 employees. We have restrictions so only allowed applications are allow to run. That has stopped a few browser based malware by stopping dropped payloads from running.
USB storage devices are locked down, simply option in Symantec. So only 2 poeple have access to bypass that myself being one as I'm IT. But I don't have access to the payroll system, I could look at the database tables but they are encrypted so can see anything anyway.
When the auditors are in and they want a reports saving to USB they tell finance and they ask IT to copy it to USB and they can watch while IT is doing it. Not common enough to be an inconvenience.
You could upload to something like dropbox/onedrive, but everyone knows their visit to dropbox/onedrive will of been recorded. Which we avoid anyway because it's easy for people to get scammed out of their dropbox/onedrive details.
We could be more secure on individual client record access as software supports it (only have access to clients record you are doing work for) but that is seen as too much inconvenience to mantain so only do that when we do work for employees or their family