Whether accidental or malicious, insider threats can damage an organization’s reputation. It’s difficult for security professionals to detect suspicious activity because insiders need privileged access to data to do their jobs. This Forrester report describes how to build an insider threat program so you can be armed to tackle these threats in the future.
Key data points from the report:
Insiders are responsible for more than 50% of your data breaches and are a real threat to your business
90% of insider threats go undetected
These threats are not a technology problem; instead detecting and investigating insider threats requires a defined process and a focused team
More about this report
In this Forrester Report: Tackling Insider Threat, you’ll learn strategies and best practices for contending with growing insider risk. Many organizations focus on strengthening security to prevent outside cyber attacks — which, of course, is a viable threat. A growing number of high-profile organizations have been victims of cyber breaches in recent years, making security a key focus for many companies.
But insider risk should not be ignored. As the Forrest report reveals, insider threats account for more than half of organizations’ data breaches and only 10% are detected. These breaches bring a loss of trade secrets and intellectual property, which can threaten competitive advantage and business continuity. The best way forward is to build a strong insider risk program so you can detect and respond to insider threats quickly and prevent data loss. Download the Forrester Report: Tackling Insider Threat to get started.
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