Insiders and Smart Attackers: How to Track & Stop the Rogue

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Despite some of the most noted ‘leakers’ now having served their punishments, the insider threat still looms large over industry as the hardest to detect with the potential to cause the most damage, providing a dire consequence for a company to find itself in.

Whether it is an insider going rogue, or an attacker getting in and appearing legitimate, detecting this problem remains a challenge – but major advances in new technologies and intelligent automation are turning the tide in favour of the security analysts

In this webinar, join Exabeam and guest speakers to look at classic versus new techniques to identify both attackers within the network and insiders who have gone rogue.

Key takeaways:

  • What new methods are there to detect an attacker inside the network?
  • How to pinpoint the real inside attacks whether from external hackers or authorised users
  • Ways of increasing the level of automation to respond to threats


Rick Caccia

Chief Marketing Officer, Exabeam

    Richard Starnes

    Chief Security Strategist NEU, Capgemini

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