Forrester, citing the persistence of remote work, predicts that internal incidents will be responsible for 33% of breaches in 2021.
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The ex-VP conducted an intrusion into his former employer’s package shipping system and delayed PPE essential to healthcare workers.
Before resigning, the employee stole company data and created a "superuser" account that let him access the network after he left.
A breach at the popular e-commerce site was linked back to two "rogue" support team employees.
Federal agencies are spreading awareness around the threats insiders can pose to both governments and companies this month.
This company protected its sensitive data with biometric thumbprint scanner but still managed to suffer trade secret theft after a former director of research allegedly stole gigabytes of data on its recipes.
Employee theft at SMBs, fighting stalkerware, and a "hacker-proof" new cryptographic library - catch up on the week's infosec news with this roundup!
Like many companies developing self-driving car technology, Tesla and its embattled CEO Elon Musk continue to fight data theft within its ranks.
Verizon's new Insider Threat Report breaks down five categories of inside threat actors and outlines 11 steps to reduce risk and defend against malicious insiders.
Bloomberg's supply chain compromise story scandal, the crisis of election security, and selling patient data on the darkweb. Dig into some of the week's best infosec stories with this roundup.
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