The Difference Between Insider Risk and Insider Threat

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Now that millions of people work from home, insider threats are on the rise, and are getting more costly. With a workforce that is remote, there are more blind spots, which provide more opportunities for a costly breach. But companies don’t have to be stuck fighting fire after fire. By understanding the difference between threats (imminent) and risks (signs of a potential threat) companies can get ahead of threats and become more proactive in their approach to security management.

  1. Learn the difference between threats and risks and why it matters
  2. Understand how to use analytics to spot the signs of risk
  3. Take away best practices for insider risk management

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