The Insider Threat: Bigger Threat Than the Russians
Event Date: August 01, 2017 at 2:00 PM EDT
Hosted By: Exabeam & Carahsoft
While many consider an insider threat to be an employee purposely stealing sensitive information, there are many more flavors of this type of attack. Hackers using valid stolen credentials can, and do, cause at least as much impact as a malicious employee. Credential-based threats are the most common factor in data breaches and system shutdowns.
In evaluating UBA solutions’ ability to detect, prioritize, and response, it is important to understand the full potential of data
science-driven analytics. Organizations should ask their vendors if they can support the following Top 12 UBA use cases, and
most importantly, demand that the vendor...
One of the biggest challenges for any federal agency is finding ways to identify and minimize the impact of insider threats -- that someone with access to the organization’s networks (an employee, former employee, or contractor) will use that access maliciously. Compounding the problem, if someone...
An insider threat arises when a person authorized to access to U.S. Government resources, including personnel, facilities, information,
equipment, networks, and systems, uses that access to harm the security of the United States. Malicious insiders can inflict incalculable
damage. They enable the ...
Exabeam, an industry pioneer of User Behavior Intelligence,
leverages existing SIEM and log management data repositories
to understand a complete picture of user session activities from
log on to log off, allowing the technology to detect account
impersonation throughout the attack chain. The Ex...