Late last month, Capital One had a data breach that affected more than 100 million Americans and 6 million Canadians. This data leak mainly includes credit scores, credit limits, balances, payment history, and contact information. However, around 140,000 social security numbers and about 80,000 bank account numbers of Capital One credit card holders were stolen as well.Read More
Learn how to protect your organization from dangerous insider threats .Read More
In the old days, protecting trade secrets was relatively straightforward. You kept many of these items on paper, locked up in special spots. Today’s environment is so different, it’s hard to know where to begin.
Companies worry a great deal about insider threats – the idea that any disgruntled employee or someone infiltrating the company’s physical or digital space is going to get their hands on trade secrets, customer information, financial details or anything else that can have a negative impact on the company’s operations and reputation.
Are you concerned about government employee fraud (cheating for profit) and embezzlement (misappropriation of funds)? After all… it’s your tax dollars!
Insider threats are a part of any organization in government and industry. According to Transparency International in their latest Corruption Perceptions Index report on public sector corruption – over 68% of 180 countries failed a passing grade. The USA performed reasonably well (75/100 score), but is not without its own challenges.Read More