Not every insider breach is the result of reckless or negligent employees, but regardless, the presence of human error in breaches means organisations must invest in technology that works alongside the user in mitigating the insider threat
Washington, DC, August 09, 2019 --(PR.com)-- DSI's 4th Annual Insider Threat
Symposium will bring together leaders from the Federal government, private industry, and academia to discuss the challenge of mitigating insider threats
and developing effective insider threat
They probably won't even know they're doing something wrong, but they have inadvertently just become an unintentional insider threat
. As Andy Pearch, Head of IA Services, CORVID, explains, organisations need to stop playing the blame game and pointing fingers at users when the system is compromised and instead ensure they have the right technology in place to take back control of their security defences.
According to the 2018 Insider Threat
Report by Cybersecurity Insiders, two-thirds of organizations consider malicious insider attacks or accidental breaches more likely than external attacks.
'Having identified the risk attached to insider threat
, we have over 500 cameras already installed and we are still going to put more.
A graduate of both TU and the University of Oklahoma, Crystal Lister is the co-founder of Global Professional Services Group, a Reston, Virginia-based firm that specializes in digital security and insider threat
In light of this, you should be asking yourself a critical question: Do I have a tool that can detect insider threat
The subject of insider threat
is an area of great interest.
* Threat events in the cloud, such as a compromised account, privileged user, or insider threat
, have increased 27.7 per cent YoY
Fortinet announced that it has completed the acquisition of ZoneFox Limited, a privately-held cloud-based insider threat
detection and response company headquartered in Edinburgh, Scotland.
Background investigations are critical to addressing Insider Threat
because it is the thorough vetting that occurs during a background investigation that moves an individual from not having access to national security information to having access to our most sensitive information.