Insider Risk

Master the Game of Who: Combating Insider Threats

On-Demand Webinar

Many organizations focus on keeping bad guys out. But, as the breaches that continue to dominate headlines demonstrate, there’s bad behavior – both unintentional and intentional – happening within your borders as well. Whether a breach is caused by carelessness, mischief or major fraud, it’s going to cost you.

Join Dr. Eric Cole as he leads a frank discussion with security experts Vince Berk and Mike Tierney about common insider threat scenarios, the phases of a malicious attack and how a combination of network behavior intelligence and user activity intelligence can give you the power to quickly detect, mitigate and defend against all types of insider attacks.

Dr. Eric J Cole

Dr. Eric J Cole

Cyber Security Expert

A computer and cyber security expert with almost 30 years of hands-on experience, Dr. Eric Cole consults in information technology with a focus on cyber security.

Mike Tierney

Mike Tierney

VP of Operations and Strategy

Mike has held a variety of positions in the software industry for 15+ years. In his curent position, he is responsible for establishing and growing technology and key go-to-market alliances, and for helping to shape products and services strategy.

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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...