Insider Threats—When Is It Too Late? (Session Viewing Point)


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Based on case trends from the last five years, the Department of State’s Insider Threat Program will present an exfiltration example and work backwards, looking at possible points leading up to an event when preventative measures should have intervened. The human element of security starts by building a trusted and mindful workforce, narrowing the pool of potential threats from the inside.

Pre-Requisites: Broad understanding of personnel security, human resources, cybersecurity, and insider threat would be useful, however not necessary. The concepts and principles are beneficial to all levels, however understanding relative government agency and/or private organization structure will allow for greater comprehension.

Interested? We have you covered! This popular session will also be overflowed in The Session Viewing Point, West Level 2 Room 2004.

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Jacqueline Atiles

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Program Director, Department of State

Gregory Collins

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Policy Adviser, Department of State

Hackers & Threats Human Element Analytics Intelligence & Response

threat management security awareness risk management insider threats hackers & threats


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