The Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) has identified several potential risks of autonomous vehicles in transit systems and supply chains. Along with these risks, CISA has introduced a set of guidelines for organizations who use autonomous vehicles in their operations.
The Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency released an Insider Risk Mitigation Self-Assessment Tool, which assists public and private sector organizations in assessing their vulnerability to an insider threat.
Terri Patterson is a recognized expert in behavioral assessment and risk mitigation and a Principal in Control Risks’ Crisis and Security Consulting practice. Here, Patterson delves into the impact of mental health issues in the corporate environment.
The 2021 Insider Threat Virtual Conference, hosted jointly by the Defense Counterintelligence Security Agency and the Office of the Under Secretary of Defense for Intelligence and Security, will bring together security professionals and policy makers across U.S. government and industry to kick off the National Insider Threat Awareness Month (NITAM) campaign. The theme for this year's conference and campaign is Cultural Awareness and Insider Threat.
Proofpoint, Inc. unveiled its annual Human Factor report, which provides a comprehensive examination of the three main facets of user risk—vulnerability, attacks, and privilege—and how the extraordinary events of 2020 transformed the current threat landscape.
Half (49%) of U.S. WFH employees say they continue to use their personal laptop or computer as they work remotely, according to Morphisec’s 2021 WFH Employee Cybersecurity Threat Index. The second annual study found enterprise employees remain worryingly reliant on non-hardened personal devices for work activities 16 months after the pandemic forced them to go remote.
Along with insider threats related to a potential "Great Resignation," Netskope report covers increased cloud application security risks, from malware delivery to third party plugins
July 21, 2021
Netskope revealed new research showing the continued growth of malware delivered by cloud applications and also the potential for critical data exfiltration tied to employees departing their jobs, among a range of increasing cloud application security risks.