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What an Insider Threat Strategy Should Consist of for Effective Detection

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The issue of insider threat has been a testing one for cybersecurity – we know it goes on, but it is rarely reported, companies struggle to detect and prevent it, and the issues of monitoring employees come with the taboos of privacy and surveillance concerns.

In this webinar, we will explore both the issue of how the insider threat has risen and been dealt with, and also outline how you can create a strategy to better detect malicious insiders.

Key takeaways:

  • How to create an insider threat strategy and what it can look like
  • Insight on the issues involved with using monitoring technology in the workplace and on remote users
  • How to classify data with a remote workforce

Speakers

欢乐棋牌Dan  Raywood

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