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The Unique Threat of Insiders

October 2017 | COVER STORY

Organizations recognize insider threats as the “most potentially damaging component of their individual threat environments,” according to a SANS survey. But many have done little to address and mitigate that threat, making them vulnerable to attacks that leverage access and credentials. Chris Inglis, former deputy director and senior civilian leader of the NSA during the Edward Snowden leaks, shares his insights on gaps in addressing insider threats.

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