Insiders with legitimate access to enterprise systems and data are responsible for far more data breaches than many might realize. Granted, very often the breaches are accidental or caused by an individual’s negligence or failure to follow policy – but when a malicious insider is responsible, the results can be disastrous.
The key to dealing with insider threats is to keep an eye on all those accessing your most sensitive data in a way that does not intrude on privacy. “There are many critical behavior red flags that you can look for in order to accurately and quickly pinpoint insider threats,” says Christy Wyatt, CEO of Dtex Systems.
Read about six signs that an insider has gone rogue or is headed that way, on DarkReading.