Date Added: Aug 2009
Internal security risks are a complex challenge facing organizations of all industries and in all regions. Unfortunately, no single technology will solve the wide range of risks posed by "insiders." Insiders are authorized users with legitimate access to corporate networks, applications, and data. They include, but are not limited to, employees, executives, board members, business managers, IT, consultants, outsourcers, contractors, and business partners. As organizations build strategies to better secure their business, establishing a framework for managing insider risk should be a top priority for CISOs, CSOs, and other C-level executives globally.