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Finance breaches highlight need for internal cyber vigilance - Bitglass
The financial services sector reported the second-highest number of data breaches in the 12-month period covered by the latest OIAC report.
Why businesses need a strategy to combat the enemy within – Ping Identity
While strengthening your organisation’s external defences with the latest tools and technologies makes sound sense, it’s only half a battle plan.
Protecting organisations from insider threats - Bitglass
The biggest challenge for most external threat actors is gaining access to a target organisation, but insider threats already have this.
Nearly half of all employees are willing to share business secrets
Insider threat is real, according to a new report that highlights employee behaviour around sharing corporate information.
Verizon report spotlights mitigating insider threats
Companies are too often hesitant to recognise, report or take action against employees who have become a threat to their organisation.
Security professionals waste 10 hours every week because of poor software
Cybersecurity professionals could be wasting as many as 10 hours per week on tasks because of software that isn’t fit for the purpose.
Korean insurance provider detects insider threat through AI
Korean insurance provider KB Life has taken on Darktrace machine learning technology to prevent cyber threats.
Insider threat vendor Securonix eyes ANZ markets with new office, reseller signings
US insider threat and fraud detection vendor Securonix is eyeing up the Australian and NZ markets, as security breaches from within raise concerns.
When innocent mistakes turn into costly problems
While S&R professionals often think “outside-in” first when assessing threats, awareness of internal threats can also be a key requirement.
In depth: Mimecast talks email security, insider threats and human firewalls
“The bottom line is, internally generated email, whether staying inside or going out, needs to be part of every organisation’s threat detection."