Article posted: Oct 01, 2015
By Paul Foley, Professional Services Director and Co-Founder
Internal IT attacks - now recognized as one of the most prominent threats to corporate data - occur when an individual or group within an organization seeks to disrupt operations or exploit operational assets. And in many companies, it's shockingly simple to do. There are many high-profile cases, perhaps most prominently the Edward Snowden Case, where personal login credentials were stolen from his NSA coworkers so he could access classified information. The Snowden case and others like it demonstrate the need for this vulnerability to be addressed.