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USING DIGITAL FORENSIC WORKFLOWS TO ADDRESS
INSIDER THREATS WITH PRIVACY-CENTRIC ACTIVITY MONITORING

Avoid blanket surveillance and focus on harmful activity


Almost half of all data breaches involve employees, contractors or other insiders. The insider threat also extends to workplace bullying and harassment, market abuse and the misuse of client data. Accelerated adoption of a remote workforce has provided the perfect conditions for employee malpractice to flourish. How can you identify and stop malicious acts by “bad apple” employees while respecting the privacy of the law-abiding workers who form most of the company? This white paper examines:

Why regulators want you to mitigate insider threats – but not monitor employees too much

How to avoid blanket surveillance and focus on identifying activity that may harm your organization

What combination of data, rules and artificial intelligence-powered automation will achieve these results

The digital forensic approach outlined in this paper is the future of insider threat risk management – a model that can protect businesses’ financial interests while promoting an inclusive, safe and respectful environment for all employees.

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ABOUT THE AUTHORS


 

PAUL SLATER

Director Government, EMEA, Nuix

Paul has over 25 years of experience in digital forensics and investigations, having worked in law enforcement, corporate and government organisations including the UK's Serious Fraud Office and two of the Big 4 advisory firms. As a thought leader and the investigations subject matter expert, Paul advises customers on forensic technology solutions including electronic disclosure, litigation readiness, data compromise and forensic data analysis. He has helped shape Nuix’s investigations products, solutions and messages, and been instrumental to customer success stories.

NEIL THOMAS

Director, Advisory & Service Providers EMEA, Nuix

Neil has over 25 years of experience in consultancy and sales. At Nuix, his focus is assisting leading organisations to utilise Nuix technology solving complex customer problems and gaining value from their data. Prior to joining Nuix, he has held several leadership positions in the Financial Services sector within Western Union, Thomas Cook and Prudential; starting his career working in IT Security transitioning to consulting roles delivering market leading global payment solutions within regulated markets helping businesses compete internationally.



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