The race to reduce insider threats

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The race to reduce insider threats

As part of the recent Infosecurity Europe 2006 Conference in London, a Hackers’ Panel included the likes of Gary McKinnon — also known as Solo, who could be extradited from the U.K. to the U.S. for allegedly hacking into various military and NASA systems. A less covered session, however, hit upon a problem that has existed for ages but that seems to still get short shrift in enterprises today: insider threats.

Indeed, it was because of this seeming lack of discussion and resurgence in chatter about scary insider security problems that we asked Lloyd Hession, CSO of BT Radianz, to speak at our own SC Magazine Forum in May. And it was he who crystallized the main reason to be concerned with insider ...

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