When it comes to sensitive data, your employees may be sharing more than you think. Information that falls into the wrong hands - whether unintentional or with malicious intent, can cause significant harm to a company. Implementing and enforcing some proactive measures can dramatically reduce the threat of sensitive data walking out the door.
This white paper discusses:
Current risk factors - How sensitive data can fall into the wrong hands
What you stand to lose from insider threats
How you can protect your organization through proactive measures
A comprehensive overview on how organizations can develop and implement a successful insider threat detection program.
This white paper outlines the five steps to success:
1. Gain Leadership Support
2. Leverage the Latest Technology
3. Develop a Communications Plan
4. Execute a Training and Awareness Campaign
5. Establish a Governance Structure
Arguably one of the most important aspects of cybersecurity is intelligence. Fighting and defending against constant attacks from enemies without the proper knowledge of whom, how and why they are attacking, as well as a lack of understanding of the characteristics that signal an attack, can lead to a massive data breach.
Read the White Paper on Threat Intelligence Platforms to learn:
the benefits and importance of a Threat Intelligence Platform
the elements of an effective Threat Intelligence Platform
how to use the intelligence you are given by your attackers and why intelligence is so important to your organization
Reporting security incidents to law enforcement is rarely an organization's first choice, but sometimes the situation demands it. Mistakes can jeopardize an investigation and make it impossible to prosecute criminal suspects. Be prepared so your organization?s reputation won?t be damaged. Learn how to identify incident types that require law enforcement involvement, how to minimize operational impact, and how to avoid incidents.
In defining Service Oriented Architecture (SOA) government leaders and technical practitioners needs to think of SOA as part of an enterprise strategy for enabling reuse of Service Components. Government and industry organizations can leverage the Component Organization and Registration Environment (CORE) repository to publish Service Components and establish communities of interest to register, certify, graduate and reuse components. Senior executives and system and solution architects interested in innovative approaches to drive government transformation benefits from understanding how Core.gov supports the development of the governments SOA vision and from the strategic roadmap provided that advances the realization of the SOA vision.