lack of awareness, cloud apps, and remote workers create perfect storm for insider attacks
organizations cite growing interest in behavior analytics to protect critical assets from insider threats
The 2020 Insider Threat Report reveals the latest trends and challenges facing organizations in this new environment, how IT and security professionals are dealing with risky insiders, and how organizations are preparing to better protect their critical data and IT infrastructure.
Key findings include:
- Lack of employee training and awareness (58%),insufficient data protection strategies and solutions (51%), increasing number of devices with access to sensitive data (51%) are the leading contribution to insider threats
- Of the various types of data subject to insider attacks, customer data (61%) is considered most vulnerable, followed by financial data (54%), and intellectual property (53%).
- Organizations experience a variety of challenges with current tools such as DLP, including difficulty to keep policies up to date at the rate of business needs (27%), limited data/file visibility (25%), and too many false positives (23%).
Organizations Cite Growing Interest In Behavior Analytics to Protect Critical Assets from Insider Threats.
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