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Published: 16 Oct 2012

Your worst enemy could very well be inside your network. We'll show you how to prevent insiders from sharing your most critical data. Your problem might not be a hacker trying to break into your network: It could be Jim in engineering, or Steve in sales--maybe even Cindy in production. Your employees could be snatching intellectual property and e-mailing it to competitors, or they could be inadvertently sending out confidential customer information. Employees who deliberately or unwittingly leak confidential information outside corporate confines pose a huge threat--one that businesses might overlook. This kind of data seepage can cost an organization millions of dollars and cause irreparable damage to its reputation. According to a 2005 U.S. Secret Service and Carnegie Mellon's Software Engineering Institute study of insider breaches in critical infrastructure sectors, 81 percent of such breaches resulted in financial losses ranging from a $500 to "tens of millions of dollars." Additionally, 28 percent of the respondent organizations said their reputation ... Access >>>

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