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How to Start Up an Insider Threat Program to Reduce Fraud

How to Start Up an Insider Threat Program to Reduce Fraud

When it comes to fraud prevention, many organizations overlook the insider threat - both the malicious actor who intends to commit fraud as well as the accidental insider who makes a mistake or is taken advantage of by an external entity. The CERT Insider Threat Center at Carnegie Mellon University is one of the world's leading authorities on detecting insider fraud.

See Also: Cybercrime 2.0: A New Era for the Identity and Authentication Challenge

In this session, the center's director offers:

  • The latest research on insider fraud;
  • The growing role of the accidental insider in fraud schemes;
  • How to start up an insider fraud detection program within your organization.

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