Stopping the Attackers You Trust: A Deception-Based Approach to Insider Threats

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Although insider threats are not new, the challenge to get ahead of them has not lessened over the past decade. Granted access to corporate resources and trusted with internal knowledge, ill-willed employees, partners and suppliers can potentially inflict more damage, faster, than external cyber-criminals.

In this whitepaper you’ll learn:

  • Why detecting and deterring malicious lateral movement is an essential part of an insider threat program
  • How you can monitor for snooping and unauthorized access without eroding employee trust
  • How you can expedite the verification and investigation of potential cases of malicious insider activity

With a wide range of pre-built attack tools available on the internet, ordinary users are better equipped than ever to abuse sensitive data, exfiltrate intellectual property or disrupt services – and they are also courted by nation-state groups and cybercrime rings to collaborate in sophisticated, coordinated attacks. Learn how you can finally gain the upper hand on insider threats.

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