Even though insider threat events are typically much more infrequent than external attacks, they usually pose a much higher severity of risk for organizations when they do happen. Whether malicious or simply negligent, insiders need access to sensitive intellectual property and systems to do their jobs. As a result, when they break policy accidentally or choose to steal, their actions stand to do a tremendous amount of damage to a business. Here's how recent surveys and statistics measure perceptions about the risk posed by insider threats, along with some of the common shortfalls in IT security that unnecessarily expose organizations to higher insider risks.
8 Surprising Statistics About Insider Threats
Insider theft and negligence is real--and so are the practices that amplify the risks.
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