The insider threat is a threat to an organisation’s security or data that comes from within. Such threats are usually attributed to employees or former employees, but may also arise from third parties.

A recent Bomgar report found that more than 65% of IT professionals don’t feel confident in their ability to identify insider threats. With the GDPR now in play and Ponemon’s latest report finding that the average insider threat incident costs organisations $8.76 million, this is a recipe for disaster. Read more.