Data Loss Prevention, Employee Monitoring, Insider Risk

3 Steps to Protect Your Data During The High Risk Exit Period

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Learn how organizations can improve their security stance during the high risk exit period by taking a few steps that work to both protect against and prevent risky exit behavior.  High-Risk Exits aren’t limited to a particular type or level of employee. You probably think of the insider as someone lower in the organization. But it can be anyone from the lowest positions with access to confidential data, all the way to the top – as in the case of Lyft, where the COO’s actions were in question. There are some specific areas within the organization where high-risk exits appear to be common. Members of the Sales and Product teams tend to be higher risk. The reason? They have a sense of ownership around the IP and data they’ve created. – they believe it’s theirs too. So, they aren’t necessarily out to get you; they just believe it equally belongs to them.
Nick Cavalancia

Nick Cavalancia

Chief Techvangelist

Nick Cavalancia has over 20 years of enterprise IT experience, 10 years as a tech marketing executive and is an accomplished technology writer, consultant, trainer, speaker, and columnist.

David Green

David Green

Chief Security Officer

David Green is a leader in user activity monitoring and user behavior analytics. At Veriato, Green was responsible for loss prevention, digital security, physical security and incident response.

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Employee Monitoring Resources

The Human Centric Approach to Data Loss Prevention

The Human Centric Approach to Data Loss Prevention

In today’s work-from-anywhere organization, a data loss prevention (DLP) strategy is more essential than ever. A critical part of DLP strategy is to understand the intent behind why people move files, email spreadsheets, print documents and upload files outside your...

Strengthening Your Insider Risk Program

Strengthening Your Insider Risk Program

Insider risk has increased 47% in the past two years. Theft, data leakage, hacking - insider risk is a real threat to your bottom line. It comes from employees and others granted access to your internal systems, and most companies do not have the technology or...