Building an insider threat program is easier than you thought

According to Gartner, less than 20% of enterprise organizations have an insider threat program today. While projected to grow to 60% by 2023, what is holding back organizations today? Is it time? Is it expense?


This webinar will take place on:
September 09, 2020
11:00 AM - 12:00 PM EST

According to Gartner, less than 20% of enterprise organizations have an insider threat program today. While projected to grow to 60% by 2023, what is holding back organizations today? Is it time? Is it expense?

Building an insider threat program

Part of the problem is the perceived complexity of getting a program off the ground. Building an insider threat program should all center on a simple starting point: the everyday triggers that create your biggest insider threat risks.

Join us for this hands-on webinar where we will be taking you through some of the common risk insights we see across companies and how you can incorporate some those learnings into building your own insider threat program. 

Key takeaways include:

  • Understanding common use cases that happen every day (or every hour) involving insider threats
  • Learning how to apply everyday use case triggers to start building your insider threat program
  • Gauging the success of your insider threat program by consistently putting it to the test
  • Understanding that building an effective insider threat program is in your hands, and doesn’t have to be complex nor expensive!

Presenters:

Peter Hadjigeorgiou
Senior Security Relationship Manager, Security Success Team
Code42

Delivering comprehensive security solutions around insider threat risk in public and private sectors. A dynamic risk landscape requires a dynamic security response. My experience centers on providing holistic insider threat risk assessments and risk mitigation strategies tailored to the specific concerns and priorities of each client.

Additional experience in anti-human trafficking and illicit networks, global migration and border management issues, homeland and national security, and commercial finance and derivatives. Master’s degree in Security Studies from Georgetown University.
 

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