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?
The Advanced Threat & Analysis Center (ATAC) team here at Digital Guardian are on high alert for any suspicious activity that is generated from our customer environments through our Managed Service offering. Most times we’ll detect external cyber-attacks and/or intrusions, however recently we came across a rather interesting finding that was almost too good not too share with our readers.
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Two disgruntled employees, a lawsuit and a trail of improper access are behind the latest HIPAA violation.
CNN reports that an executive at the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives (ATF) was sending personnel data to a personal email account.
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