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.
Federal agents apprehended a former Apple employee last week suspected of stealing intellectual property, including engineering schematics on the company's secret self-driving car technology.
Tesla filed a lawsuit against a former employee this week after it learned he made changes to company source code and exported gigabytes of proprietary data to unknown third parties.
Learn about what an insider threat analyst does, along with how they affect existing procedures, policies, and protection layers in organizations in Data Protection 101, our series on the fundamentals of information security.
An employee walked out the door with a sensitive database belonging to DHS’s Office of the Inspector General, the Department confirmed on Wednesday.
A man who stole half a million dollars’ worth of intellectual property from a former employer to use at a competitor has been sentenced to 18 months in prison as well as over $170,000 in restitution payments.
Whether malicious or negligent, insider threats pose serious security problems for organizations. Forrester Senior Security Analyst Joseph Blankenship offers some insight into common early indicators of an insider threat.
A new case filed by Alphabet accusing Uber of intellectual property theft could be a watershed event in bringing attention to the threat of industrial espionage by insiders.
A House Oversight Report Suggests the Zero Trust Model for Government Networks. What does that mean? And will it work?
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