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What is an “insider threat”?
An insider threat is a security threat which comes from within the company or organization being targeted for an attack. It could be a present or former employee, a board member, or anyone who has had access to the office building or confidential company information in the past.
Insider threats are more difficult to prevent, and your organization needs your help to keep your network safe and secure. To help keep your organization protected, follow the below tips.
How you can help prevent insider threats:
Report any suspicious behavior from employees, contractors, or anyone else inside the building. If you see something that looks suspicious, say something to your manager immediately.
Examples of suspicious behavior can include:
Remember, you're the last line of defense to prevent a cyber attack on your organization.