Posts Tagged: insider

New Report – Federal Agencies Challenged to Address Insider Threats

Originally published on Federal Blue Print The Information Sharing Environment (ISE) recently issued a report that highlighted how many federal agencies are currently challenged when it comes to dealing with insider threats. Forty four percent of 39 agencies surveyed reported that they had not yet met the minimum standards required for an effective insider threatRead… Read more »

INSA Unit Releases Document on How to Prevent Insider Threats

The Intelligence and National Security Alliance unit has published a document to offer recommendations on how to develop strategies and implement initiatives for protecting information technology infrastructure. “A Preliminary Examination of Insider Threat Programs in the U.S. Private Sector” is intendedas an introduction into how organizations handle potential risks to their virtual assets and resources,Read… Read more »

Kimberly Hancher, CIO of the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, Discusses BYOD Successes

This exclusive interview was published by Federal Technology Insider. The U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) recently implemented a Bring-Your-Own-Device (BYOD) pilot program to meet urgent IT budget challenges. As a result of the effort, the agency was able to achieve significant savings, while enhancing employee productivity – all while creating the ideal case studyRead… Read more »

Can you keep a government secret? Or are you the next Bradley Manning?

The White House has unveiled a new insider threat policy in the wake of the Bradley Manning WikiLeaks incident. They are always possible. You don’t know what’s going on inside a person’s head. You hope that folks that are in the military or government agencies are working for you and doing things morally, ethically andRead… Read more »