Insider Risk Management Leader

Data security, reimagined.

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Move from guard to guide

Security teams rose to the challenge during a time of crisis, helping their organizations during an unprecedented period shifting to suddenly support an entire remote staff while still keeping data safe – effectively overnight.

Now, as organizations gradually and cautiously move out of adapt out of adapt-or-die mode into the post-pandemic era, we can expect a second phase of digital transformation: resilience building.

This presents an opportunity for security teams. An opportunity to re-imagine data security.

Did you know?

Data from a 2021 study conducted by Code42 with Aberdeen Research

1 in 3

organizations reported data breaches involve an insider – and about 80% of those are not malicious but unintended.


of organizations don’t have consistent, centralized visibility into their environments.


is the average number of data exposure events per user, per day.


of a company's annual revenue is what a breach can cost.


more likely a breach will happen on an endpoint than a server.

Transform your approach to managing Insider Risk

Insider Risk is created anytime a team member accidentally – or not – shares data or files outside of trusted parties. It includes data loss, leaks, theft, sabotage and espionage – and it happens every day, just in the normal course of business. We believe that organizations should never compromise their speed of innovation or the safety of their data. That’s why the Code42 Insider Risk Management (IRM) approach fundamentally shifts the data security mindset to focus on results that deliver business value. Get started with your IRM program in 5 simple steps.