Monday, December 9, 2013

Report: Malicious Insider Risk

Government agencies and consumers demands for improved cybersecurity standards will putting pressure on corporations in 2014 to take action to protect against "legal, financial, and public image risks, according to Kroll's third annual Cyber Security Forecast.

An area of special concern is malicious insiders, according to Alan Brill, senior managing director and founder of Kroll’s global high-tech investigations practice.

"Another area of special concern to general counsel is when a security breach is caused by a malicious insider ."
- Alan Brill, Kroll’s global high-tech investigations practice
Brill advised “It’s absolutely an area where the in-house counsel has to be working with human resources, risk managers, corporate security people and outside advisers...to protect the interests of the organization." To mitigate malicious insider risk organizations can utilize low-cost on-demand to proactively detect data breaches.
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Sources:
(a) Getting In-house Counsel Involved in Cybersecurity - www.Law.com, 12/05/2013

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