An international survey polling 260 respondents from a wide variety of industry sectors has revealed that over half of them are more worried about their own employees turning rogue than about external cyber-threats.
Leaked by NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden and analyzed by The Washington Post reporters, the summary of the $52.6 billion US National Intelligence Program budget for the 2013 fiscal year reveals that, among other things: the CIA requested almost double the funding than the NSAthese two agencies have "begun aggressive new efforts to hack into foreign computer networks to steal information or sabotage enemy systems"the US intelligence community was worried about insiders leaking confidential information even before the Snowden incident, and that they planned to investigate some 4,000 employees and contractors that have been given high-level security clearancesthe five mission objectives of the US intelligence community are to combat terrorism, warn US leaders about critical events, stop the spread of illicit weapons, conduct cyber operations, and defend against foreign espionage."The documents make clear that U.S.
Sendmail today introduced Sentrion Rogue Email Application Control (REAC) 2.0, the first inside-threat protection application with new Big Data search capabilities to further protect organizations against the growing internal threats posed by machine-generated email, which accounts for more than 50% of all corporate email traffic.
Chris Folk is the Director of National Protection Portfolio, The MITRE Corporation.
Businesses today use up to 50 on-premises applications and 25 cloud-based applications on average, so identity and access management (IAM) technologies to secure data and deliver user convenience can be critical.
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