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Fraud Management & Cybercrime , Governance , Incident & Breach Response

The Three Ds of Incident Response - Protecting Your Company From Insider Threats

The Three Ds of Incident Response - Protecting Your Company From Insider Threats

During the webinar we will discuss how logging end-user activity will help you detect malicious activity, see the detail behind a possible threat and improve security measures that deter future threats. Topics will include:

  • Effective detection mechanisms that provide alerts to potential threats;
  • How to obtain detailed information showing what happened, to what extent, those involved and even why;
  • How to improve security measures that provide greater deterrence.

As organizations seek better ways to avoid or respond to insider threats, a strong foundation can provide higher effectiveness through greater insight into potential threats. Attend this webinar and learn how to detect, detail and deter insider threats as part of your data security strategy.

Background

According to a recent survey over 75% of employee-related crimes go unnoticed and unreported. This statistic must be very empowering for malicious insiders. However, by logging end-user activity you can detect malicious activity, see the detail behind a possible threat and improve security measures that deter future threats.

  • 58% of Data Breaches are caused by insiders;
  • 71% of Insider Threats use appropriate access;
  • Insider-based data breaches are on the rise to the tune of 250%.

Recent headlines around data leaks have brought insider threats to the spotlight. Insiders with access to your company's data have the greatest ability to misuse that data for their own gain. Attend this webinar and learn how to detect, detail and deter insider threats as part of your data security strategy.

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This webinar is available OnDemand.

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