Most enterprises of any significant size have implemented security training programs, designed to teach employees how to avoid major security risks – phishing attacks launched from clicking on suspicious email, password requirements that are complex and ever-changing, and perhaps even two-factor authentication when logging in to certain systems.
Companies around the world have reason to be worried about the use of cloud applications to share mission-critical information.
Recent events – both in the United States and in Japan – have forced IT administrators everywhere to reevaluate the possibility of insider threats.
Ghosts and zombies aren’t the only things coming back from the dead this Halloween.
US telecom AT&T has lately been having problems with malicious insiders, and the latest incident has resulted in the compromise of account and personal information of a yet unknown number of customers.
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