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The true scale of the insider threat

UK employees are likely to either maliciously or accidentally disclose confidential information about their employers to unauthorized personnel. A LogRhythm survey of 3000 UK …

One in 10 IT pros have access to accounts from previous jobs

According to a survey that examines how IT professionals and employees view the use of policies and technologies to manage and protect users’ electronic identities, the …

Former TSA employee sentenced for hacking agency’s databases

A former TSA worker has been found guilty and has been sentenced to two years in prison and a $60,587.07 fine to be payed to the TSA. He was accused of tampering with the …

Dell, AMD executives accused of selling confidential information

Market research companies usually pay experts from various industries to give their opinion and provide information about future trends in those industries, and they sell that …

Insiders are most often responsible for data loss

IT managers see insider threat as the biggest danger when it came to data loss within corporate networks (54 percent), according to a survey by Imperva. Far fewer respondents …

Most employees will steal company secrets if fired

Insider threats are mainly comprised of normal, mainstream employees. Most strikingly, the Imperva survey found that 70% of respondents had clear plans to take something with …

The rise of the insider threat

The bank insider threat is on the rise. Patrick Romain, head of solutions in Barclays Information Security Group, calls it a “power threat” – obviously …

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