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Thursday, June 18, 2015– 10:00 AM PT / 1:00 PM ET – 60 minutes

Despite the fact that external attacks often get more attention in the media, recent data is proving that the threat posed by malicious, negligent or compromised insiders is indeed very real.

The best way to detect and prevent insider threats is to have in-depth visibility into the internal environment and a means of filtering and prioritizing the massive amount of data available on the network into concise, actionable intelligence.

You’ll learn:

How to detect insider threats
How to identify their network activity
Strategies for managing the insider threat problem from both a business and technical point of view.
Different techniques for identifying suspicious activity in large collections of data
Tips to incorporate best practices to protect your organization from the insider threat
While the insider threat can take on several different forms, the main component is that the attack is initiated from inside your network versus outside where most security technologies are focused. The insider attacker is already on your network, so traditional defenses such as firewalls, antivirus and IDS/IPS will not be able to detect his or her actions. Early detection of these three types of insider threats are critical so that you can minimize the amount of data that may have been compromised. Could you find the insider threat if there was one? Would you know what steps to take to determine how much data had been breached? Join this webinar to learn how to detect insider threats and ways to protect against them.

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