This five-step approach to securing critical data is the most effective way for organizations to protect their crown jewels from insider threats.
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A Dutch developer stole e-commerce customers' login credentials using a website backdoor and admin access that former employers had neglected to revoke.
A new report based on IBM MSS data revealed that ransomware, insider threats and third-party breaches plagued health care organizations in 2016.
User behavior analytics solutions can help security operations teams analyze users' habits for anomalies that might expose a threat.
Outgoing employees are motivated by revenge, greed and resentment to abscond with valuable data. A robust exit process is the key to preventing IP theft.
All access is not created equal. To protect your crown jewels from an insider threat, it's critical to know your data and, more importantly, your users.
IT leaders should make a security resolution to improve basic hygiene, back up data regularly and share threat information to fight cybercrime in 2017.
Organizations seeking to prevent insider threats should establish red, blue and black teams to produce threat models for multiplayer games.
To protect their organizations from an insider threat, IT managers should take steps to reduce exposure of data and enhance detection capabilities.