Insider threats account for 54% off all breaches, and are found at all levels of an organisation, from top to bottom. Numerous factors are increasing organisations’ exposure to the threats posed by insiders, and technical controls are limited. To combat these threats, organisations must invest in a deeper understanding of trust, and work to improve the trustworthiness of all insiders.

The insider threat has only intensified as people have become increasingly mobile and hyper-connected, and with technology continuously advancing, the risks posed by insiders are only set to increase.

In this podcast, Steve Durbin, Managing Director, ISF discusses the most common types of insider threats, as well as how organisations need to take a holistic approach to tackle insider threats that include both technology and people when embedding security into their organisation’s DNA.