Building a Successful Counter Insider Threat Program in U.S. Government Agencies
The one constant in the world is change. U.S. Government agencies and other organizations used to define “security” as facility guns, gates, and guards to protect employees and premises from intruders. In the digital age, we now have to think in terms of threats that are unseen, global, and even internal. Gates and guards make no difference to digital threats.
Defeating these threats starts with agency heads and works its way down. Government agencies must learn to understand the threat landscape and adapt their security models to properly counter those threats; otherwise, they risk becoming part of history as an object lesson for future organizations that want to avoid the mistakes of their predecessors.
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