Name Instructor Course Date Dangers of Insider Threats In an Organization Insider threats are malicious move by a organization employees to the company’s on goings by either leaking or revealing the organizations secrets or plans to a third party association or an outsider like for example a competing organization with the intention of either trying to make the latter company collapse or decline in its performance in the market like for instances sales. The organization employees are trusted by the organization employees moves in the organization what the employees do and how they associate with each other within the environs of the organization or if they do unauthorized work that is not permitted with the organization in its environs. Works Cited Crampton Jason and Michael Huth. "Towards an Access-Control Framework for Countering Insider Threats." Insider Threats in Cyber Security 2010 pp. 173-195. "Introduction: Inside the Insider Threat." Insider Threats 2017 pp. 1-9. Probst Christian W. et al. "Aspects of Insider Threats." Insider Threats in Cyber Security 2010 pp. 1-15. [...]
Consider a business or industry with which you are familiar and respond to the following: • Discuss why insider threats can be more difficult to detect and defend as compared to external threats such as malware and denial of service attacks. • When it comes to preventing information leakage, who is responsible: the employee, the organization, or both? Give your perspectives on why this is true. • Which of the two threats, internal or external, can lead to maximum data leakage? How will you prevent data leakage for both internal and external types of threats? Be sure to support your answer with quality resources.