A problem that “solutions” haven’t kept up with
In today’s ‘new normal’ work environment, thwarting Insider threats is harder than ever. First-generation solutions that rely on “person of interest” identification, require time-consuming, full-time analyst interactions that generate too many false positives and degrade endpoint performance. They do nothing to understand history, trends, and context. It’s time for a new approach.
Listen as Dr. Deanna Caputo of MITRE discusses human-centric insider threat management.
Context is Key to Insider Threat Management Success
Gartner Market Guide on Insider Risk Management
Gartner’s definition of ‘Insider Threat’ clearly delineates the terms monitoring and surveillance. It also takes care to highlight the importance and value of having both an asset-centric and people-centric view of systems, data and machines to ensure the proper understanding of ‘context’ as it relates to insider activities and intent.
The Insider Threat Kill Chain – See, Understand, Act
Full visibility for both incidents that have yet to unfold and those that have already occurred.
The vast majority of security threats follow a pattern of activity during an attack, and insider threats are no exception. In order to fully understand any insider incident, visibility into the entire kill chain — not just one or two steps — is imperative. This is because the earlier phases of the kill chain hold the answers to some of the most important questions.
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