Detecting Insider Threats: Why Understanding Intent is Key

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You only know what you know, and at an average cost of $7.04m per insider threat incident in Europe, not knowing when your systems, files and data are at risk can be expensive.

Without visibility into user and file activity, how do you know if your trusted insiders (your employees, vendors and contractors) are maliciously or inadvertently compromising sensitive information?

Can your existing systems tell the difference, and deliver intent-clarifying context? Are they capable of protecting user privacy while enabling you to detect and respond appropriately to suspicious or risky activity?

This webinar will explore what is required to understand, detect and stop data exfiltration caused by insider threats.

Key takeaways:

  • Understand why intent is at the heart of detecting and stopping insider threat-based data exfiltration
  • Learn how to effectively respond to suspicious or risky insider behaviors


Mayank Choudhary

Vice President Products, ObserveIT

Borna Emami

Senior Manager, Deloitte Consulting

    Michael Gelles

    Managing Director, Deloitte Consulting

      Ed Tucker

      CISO, co founder of Email Auth, Byte and Human Firewall

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