Insider Threat : Prevention, Detection, Mitigation, and Deterrence
Insider Threat: Detection, Mitigation, Deterrence and Prevention presents a set of solutions to address the increase in cases of insider threat. This includes espionage, embezzlement, sabotage, fraud, intellectual property theft, and research and development theft from current or former employees. This book outlines a step-by-step path for developing an insider threat program within any organization, focusing on management and employee engagement, as well as ethical, legal, and privacy concerns. In addition, it includes tactics on how to collect, correlate, and visualize potential risk indicators into a seamless system for protecting an organization's critical assets from malicious, complacent, and ignorant insiders. Insider Threat presents robust mitigation strategies that will interrupt the forward motion of a potential insider who intends to do harm to a company or its employees, as well as an understanding of supply chain risk and cyber security, as they relate to insider threat.
- Paperback | 252 pages
- 191 x 235 x 15.24mm | 480g
- 10 Jun 2016
- Elsevier - Health Sciences Division
- Butterworth-Heinemann Inc
- Woburn, United States
- black & white illustrations
Table of contents
Chapter 1: Introduction - A Leader's Guide Chapter 2: Challenges to Mature an Insider Threat Program Chapter 3: From Bricks and Mortar to Bits and Bytes Chapter 4: Identifying Functional Ownership, Establishing the ITWG, and Developing CONOPs for Programmatic Success Chapter 5: Identifying Critical Indicators in Organizational Data Chapter 6: Establishing an Organizational Risk Appetite Chapter 7: Risk Management Using Data Analytics Chapter 8: Information Security and Technology Integration Chapter 9: Cyber Security and Insider Threat Mitigation Chapter 10: Vendor Analysis and Supply Chain Risk Mitigation Chapter 11: Employee Engagement: Critical to Mitigating the Risk of Insider Threat Chapter 12: Workplace Violence and Insider Threat Chapter 13: Monitoring and Investigating Chapter 14: Privacy and Data Considerations When Developing an Insider Threat Program Chapter 15: What the Future Holds Appendices Appendix A: What data is needed to proactively identify potential insiders? Appendix B: Potential Risk Indicators Appendix C: How do I position an insider threat program to my workforce? Appendix D: What are the skill sets that a leading program needs to have? Appendix E: What capabilities differentiate an industry-leading program? Appendix F: Insider Threat Program Governance Structure Appendix G: Business Assurance/Insider Threat Working Group Charter Appendix H: How Do I Assess The Maturity of My Insider Threat Program? Appendix I: Business Rule Development Appendix J: How Do I Address Insider Threat From A Policy And Training Perspective? Appendix K: Use Case: E-Mail Exfiltration Appendix L: FAQs
"...well structured and well written. The visuals throughout the book and key takeaways at the end of each chapter are practical and insightful.of great value to the professional who manages or aspires to manage the prevention, detection, response, and deterrence of insider threats." -- Security Management
"...well structured and well written. The visuals throughout the book and key takeaways at the end of each chapter are practical and insightful...of great value to the professional who manages or aspires to manage the prevention, detection, response, and deterrence of insider threats." --Security Management
About Michael G. Gelles
Dr. Michael Gelles consults in security, intelligence, and law enforcement for Deloitte in Washington, D.C. and is a thought-leader on the security risks, asset exploitation, and workplace violence associated with insider threat. Dr. Gelles is a frequent lecturer and has written numerous articles and book chapters on organizational management, forensic psychology, law enforcement, terrorism, and counterintelligence.