Insider Threats: More Dangerous Than You Think
Join us as we talk about insider threats! We’ll be covering:
- Understanding the gravity of insider threat risk, and be able to identify and mitigate such threats within your organization
- Increasing cyber resilience through the implementation of secure access controls, employee education and training
- Ongoing monitoring and threat detection planning
With special guest Lindsay Hayes from our partners at Breach Secure Now!
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It is a distinctly human tendency to prioritize efficiency and convenience and that leads to many shortcuts like using weak passwords or applying the same passwords for everything.
Insider threats are a growing concern in cyber security. They occur when an employee or trusted individual within an organization intentionally or unintentionally causes a security breach. In many cases, these individuals have privileged access to sensitive data, networks, and systems, making them particularly dangerous.
We will explore ways to prevent insider attacks and increase cyber resilience through the implementation of secure access controls, employee education and training, and ongoing monitoring and threat detection. By the end of this presentation, you will understand the gravity of insider threat risk, and be able to identify and mitigate such threats within your organization. Together, we can safeguard your organization’s sensitive data and systems, and protect your brand’s reputation from costly security breaches.
Special Guest, Lindsay Hayes
Lindsay Hayes is a Partner Engagement Consultant with Breach Secure Now who Partners with iTernal Networks to provide Cybersecurity Awareness Training. Lindsay has been in the cyber security industry for over 5 years working in hardware, software, and training solutions. In 2022 Lindsay was one of CRN’s Women of the Channel honorees. She is based in Golden, Colorado about a mile from the Coors Brewery. When Lindsay isn’t training superhuman firewalls she is riding her horses and hiking with her two dogs.