Insider Threats: How to Stop the Most Common and Damaging Security Risk You Face
Learn what an insider threat is and how they can hurt an organization, as well as best practices for preventing damage to your company from this common problem.
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Exabeam’s 2018 State of the SOC Report dove into the mindset of those in the cybersecurity trenches, as well as the managers and CISOs who lead them. Their views on critical aspects of operations, technology, hiring, and staffing provided key insights on how organizations can maintain a well-run and effective SOC. The study also reveals several common concerns—ranging from staffing and retention to frustration over legacy technologies. And it found a surprising degree of separation between the perspectives of top management and their frontline security analysts.
Most security analysts start their day with a common question: “What should I be working on today?” The answer can have serious ramifications. On a daily basis, analysts typically must confront an overwhelming number of security alerts, with no actual means to prioritize them. The unfortunate fact is that too often the massive number of security alerts lack the context that’s needed to quickly investigate and remediate so that they don’t become a major breach.
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