Morgan Stanley joined a growing list of prominent corporate brands to suffer a data breach, after it revealed an employee stole the information to as many as 350,000 wealth management clients, and that some of the data was posted online.

The event reminds firms, advisors and clients of the ever-evolving and ubiquitous threat of data breaches.

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