ClearForce: Insider Threat Risk Management
Every year, the US loses more than one trillion dollars to workplace crime with more than half attributed to employees. This insider risk ranges from a distracted worker making inadvertent mistakes that create organizational risk, to an employee battling personal financial stress who is susceptible to steal or commit fraud, to the employee hiding misconduct and vulnerable to exploitation.
Insider risk varies for different industries, companies and employee roles and positions. Positional risk is important because not every employee represents the same level of risk to their organization. Insider risk is defined by the level and extent of physical or information access, and effective risk management requires policy and process to reflect the context and risk related to various jobs and positions.
Download the whitepaper to learn:
- Who are the insiders?
- Why should companies be concerned?
- What can your team do?
- Who are the stakeholders?