Two new insider fraud cases showcase the challenges organizations face to detect and prevent crimes by trusted employees. "You need IT controls, but you need more than IT," says researcher Randy Trzeciak.
If your employees are spending personal time online during work hours at a typical rate, you could actually be paying the equivalent of six employees' salaries a year for nothing. And that's just the tip of the iceberg when it comes to how employees can take their own companies down financially. Fraud, harassment and...
The answer seems obvious, especially in the context of IT security and information risk. Yet, is it, especially when developing codes and standards, as well as funding research and development initiatives that involve taxpayer money?
Former FBI cyber unit chief Tim Ryan sees mounting dangers from the insider, acknowledging undiscerning employees who don't follow proper processes can cause devastation. But he says the actions of those with malicious intent can be more catastrophic.
Prompted by the WikiLeaks breach, President Obama has issued a memorandum directing federal agencies to implement minimum standards to protect vast amounts of classified data on government computers, networks and systems from insiders.
Survey Results Exposing Risky Person-to-Person File Sharing Practices
If your business is like most, it's in danger of exposing and losing sensitive data as employees move, share, and exchange information and files through unsanctioned electronic means. The risk? Your organization forfeits its competitive advantage...
IT sabotage. Intellectual property theft. Employee fraud. These are the three most common insider threats to organizations. But what are the successful solutions for detecting and preventing these crimes? Register for this session to hear first-hand from leading researchers and authors Dawn Cappelli and Randy...
An Obama administration memo, issued by U.S. Special Counsel Carolyn Lerner, cautions federal agencies that interfering with e-mails used by government employees to unveil misconduct could be unlawful.