Combating the Insider Threat at the FBI: Real World Lessons Learned - HT-T17

Kate Randal, Insider Threat Analyst, Federal Bureau of Investigation
Patrick Reidy, Chief Information Security Officer, Federal Bureau of Investigation

Kate Randal is an Insider Threat Analyst at the Federal Bureau of Investigation and leads the psychosocial indicator development program. She holds a Masters degree in Forensic Psychology and has wide range of experience in internal security matters, to include information assurance, physical security and personnel security. In her current role, she leads a multi-agency psychosocial indicator research project, is the program liaison to behavioral analysis and works on active FBI insider threatinvestigations. Prior to her work with the FBI, she provided investigative and research support to both CNN and the Vera Institute of Justice.

Patrick Reidy is the Chief Information Security Officer at the Federal Bureau of Investigation. During his 16 year carrier in information assurance Reidy has worked in both the private and public sectors. During his time with the FBI he led the development of the FBI’s information assurance and advanced cyber adversary protection programs focused on insider misuse. Over his professional career he has been involved in the investigation, analysis and mitigation of hundreds of insider threat and computer intrusion incidents. He holds a Masters in Information Assurance from Eastern Michigan University and a Masters of Science in Strategic Intelligence from the National Intelligence University. In addition, he holds several industry certifications including a CISSP.



Kate Randal Insider Threat Analyst, Federal Bureau of Investigation

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