Are insiders still the biggest threat?

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Insider threats have shifted to include both traditional insiders – individuals with access to critical data as part of their work, and privileged users  -- and the compromise of legitimate users' credentials by sophisticated malware and advanced persistent threats (APTs).

According to the latest Insider Threat Report from Vormetric, organisations are still wrestling with this growing problem, and struggling to find an appropriate security response.
For example only nine per cent of European enterprises feel protected against insider threats, and 39 per cent are worried about the abuse of "access rights" to their data.
In this webinar, we will drill down into the nature, and extent, of insider threats today and look at how to combat them, including:
  • Risk mitigation strategies open to business
  • The state of the art for protection measures
  • Best practices for protecting sensitive data from the insider threat.


Sol Cates

CSO, Vormetric

    Steve Durbin

    CEO, Information Security Forum

      Andrew Kellett

      Andrew Kellett Senior Analyst, Ovum

        Stephen Pritchard

        Moderator, Infosecurity Magazine

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