The insider threat - it may be the hardest to detect, yet it poses the greatest risk to information security and regulatory compliance. And with recent, high-profile data breaches resulting from insider abuses, the topic is hotter than ever.
Register for this webinar to learn:
How to identify and mitigate insider threats;
The different types of threats - accidental & malicious;
How to spot authorized users handling information in unauthorized ways;
Proper procedures and tools to help maintain regulatory compliance and protect against the insider threat.
Organizations must constantly balance access to information for the purpose of conducting business, while protecting this information from unauthorized users. While many well-established methods and products exist for tracking external attacks on information, less oversight and protection is made for identifying authorized users handling information in unauthorized ways - the insider threat.
In some cases, the insider threat is inadvertent, while in other cases authorized access to data is being taken advantage of for malicious purposes. Organizations must understand the impact of these threats, both for regulatory compliance and overall business risk.
Jerald Murphy will lead a discussion about how proper procedures and tools can be implemented to both comply with regulatory guidelines, while at the same time identifying and mitigate internal data leakage. He will discuss how to organize roles between data management and security/compliance, so that information workers can have the most flexibility, while still ensuring protection of data and adherence to regulatory guidelines.
Among the topics to be discussed in this webinar:
The current business security environment
The different types of Insider Threat:
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How to respond to & report data loss from an inside threat
Senior Vice President and Director of Research, The Robert Frances Group
Mr. Murphy is one of the industry's leading authorities on enterprise IT infrastructure design, security and management. He has spent more than 20 years doing engineering research and helping to develop infrastructure and management strategies for many of the largest global companies and service providers. Mr. Murphy's areas of primary coverage for RFG include end-user compute platforms, network design, security, servers and storage. Additional focus areas include quality of service (QoS) and service provider outsourcing. Before joining RFG, Mr. Murphy was Senior Vice President and Service Director for Meta Group's infrastructure, networking and security service. Prior to that, he was director of network management services for RPM Consulting and built NOCs for MCI.