Using Profiles and Root Causes to Create Effective Insider Threat Tripwires

Tuesday, September 10 11:00 AM - 12:15 PM

Location: S402A


Event Information

Title: Using Profiles and Root Causes to Create Effective Insider Threat Tripwires

Description:

When addressing insider attacks, enterprise security risk managers often find themselves in the reactive role of stopping the bleeding rather than the proactive role of preventing the cut. Whether the attack involves data theft, sabotage, or workplace violence, most post-incident investigations reveal a common fact: pre-incident indicators and signs existed. This means that the standard red flag methodology is failing as an early warning system, and more effective approaches are needed. Using an interactive case study format, consider a framework that identifies the profiles and root causes most relevant to an insider risk exposure. Learn how to incorporate this framework into any organization so it becomes an into an early warning system for insider attacks.

Session Number: 5108

Type: Case Study


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Handouts

Early Warning DRAFT 09.01.19.pdf

Sponsors

Defense and Intelligence Council

Food Defense and Agriculture Security Council

Information Technology Security Council