Date Added: Mar 2011
The threat of insider theft or malicious acts is significant and something all organizations must continually contend with. Organizations have users who have access to sensitive or confidential information that should not, and must not, be communicated outside the organization. They also have privileged users (administrators) who often possess complete privileges to perform essentially any operation on critical systems. Finally, there are regular users who often have accumulated more entitlements than they need for their current job role. All of these factors dramatically increase the risks of insider security and privacy breaches. Download this paper to learn more.