Insider Threat 201

This video covers the most common types of insiders who threaten your business.  From a non-malicious but accidental disclosure of confidential information (a mistake) to a malicious or purposeful sale of IP or other critical data to 3rd parties and foreign entities.  Motivations for insider threats include excessive access, disgruntled employee removed from the company, and methods used to cause such damage from back doors installed by these insiders. Solutions suggested include “training employees” against silly mistakes. Secondly, train co-workers to monitor for the “absence of the usual or the presence of the unusual” to catch willful malicious insiders.

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