Study: Businesses still don’t recognize insider threat

From DarkReading (Tim Wilson)
Despite recent headlines and instances of insider attacks, many companies still are not acting to protect themselves [darkreading.com] from insider threats, according to two new analyst reports.
Although 88 percent of the respondents to a Forrester Research study said they consider data security a “challenging issue,” some 40 percent of respondents said they had no interest in, no plans for, or no knowledge of emerging tools for information leak protection.  Read the full story [darkreading.com]  See related story from Matt Hines [eweek.com]

From DarkReading (Tim Wilson)

Despite recent headlines and instances of insider attacks, many companies still are not acting to protect themselves [darkreading.com] from insider threats, according to two new analyst reports.

Although 88 percent of the respondents to a Forrester Research study said they consider data security a “challenging issue,” some 40 percent of respondents said they had no interest in, no plans for, or no knowledge of emerging tools for information leak protection.  Read the full story [darkreading.com]  See related story from Matt Hines [eweek.com]

*Header composite image via racatumba and totalAldo‘s Flickr photostream.

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