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Pulse Survey: 47% of Organizations Don’t Properly Monitor Insider Risk Indicators

Insider Risk indicators (IRIs) are activities or characteristics that suggest data is particularly vulnerable to exfiltration. IRIs are most often monitored manually — if at all — and it can be challenging to secure the budget to solve the growing data protection problem.

Pulse and Code42 surveyed security leaders to learn more about how they are currently monitoring IRIs, the challenges they face, and potential solutions to help them better manage Insider Risk.


This infographic will show:

  • The critical data that security leaders say they wish they could monitor today
  • What proactive monitoring actually looks like
  • Why it’s important to monitor IRIs before they become an active security threat


An infographic displaying the survey results from security professionals regarding how they currently monitor IRIs and the challenges they face.