Insider Threat Mitigation for U.S. Critical Infrastructure Entities
New NCSC Guidelines focus on Workforce Behavior
New report from the U.S. National Counter-Intelligence & Security Center raises awareness of the human threat to critical infrastructure, provides information on how to incorporate this threat vector into organizational risk management, and offers best practices on how to mitigate insider threats.
Securing the Nation’s Most Vital Assets
Stop Malicious Insider Attacks
Critical Infrastructure is an always-on world. The organizations cannot wait for an adversary to execute the final steps of an attack. Instead, defenders must have visibility and recognize signs of an attack as soon as possible. DTEX InTERCEPT’s behavior anomaly profiling capabilities have proven successful at detecting early signs of infiltration and reconnaissance tactics by distinguishing between commonplace user actions and malicious intent.
Protecting Trusted Insiders
See Anomalous Activity & Credential Misuse
Organizations managing critical infrastructure face some of the world’s most sophisticated and patient nation states hackers. Trusted insiders are a favored target of APT groups and hacktivists for their credentialed network access.
DTEX includes hundreds of rules to detect abnormal, ‘out of band’ activities without requiring organizations to spend months building rules and tuning to minimize false positives. Not only does this allows organizations to scale quickly across multiple geographic locations but to identify external attacks utilizing stolen user credentials. DTEX customers have won prestigious industry awards for driving measurable culture change by identifying negligent user behaviors as ‘teachable moments’, then aggregating these statistically to inform targeted security training/awareness campaigns.
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