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Title: 6 Tips to Help Protect Your Data from Insider Data Breaches
Author: Tushar Kumar Gade

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TIPS TO HELP
PROTECT
YOUR DATA
FROM
INSIDER
DATA
BREACHES

What is the first thing
that comes into your mind
whenever you hear of
data breaches? Hackers?
Trojans?
Attacks
on
Ransom ware?

If your understanding of organizational
vulnerabilities is created by widely publicized,
malicious, external attacks (as they relate to
secret data), then you are in the majority.

This
is
evident
in
most
companies’
cybersecurity plans and policies which delegate
a disproportionate share of their security
budgets to prevent minimize and react to
multiple data breaches at the cost of reducing
threats to insiders’ data.

Why and how do Breaches
occur from the Inside?
Not surprisingly due to malicious or activist intent,
many insider breaches are not triggered. But
reckless staff, contractors or partners as in the case
of a recent RNC breach that exposes highly sensitive
information unwittingly.
Because
humans
are
innately
incomplete,
organizations need better systems and processes
before it's too late to detect and mitigate insider
leaks.

Here are 5 reasons most commonly
associated with insider leaks:Accidental
Leaks

Compromised
Insider

Emotional
Actors

Opportunistic
Insiders

Glitches System
and Configuration

That's why it should serve as a wakeup call to many organizations that may
generate a security risk through
accidental or spiteful insider activity.

Businesses
must
suitable
systems

have
and

processes in place to
bypass or decrease human
errors
caused
by
accidental
information
leakage password sharing,
as
well
as
other
apparently harmless tricks
to significantly reduce the
risk of insider breaches.

How can you
protect your organization from
Insider Threats?
Educate your Staff
The best way to stop such
types of crimes is to
assure your staff are
qualified on cybersecurity
best
practices
with
including topics such as
phishing attacks, social
engineering,
malware
protection,
passwords
security, use of portable
devices, physical access,
data destruction, data
breaches, etc.

Reevaluate Security
Policies and Processes

Extend your security policy
to add extensive coverage
for inside-out leakage risks
that help in reducing and
protecting important &
secret
internal
data.
Through this, you make
your organization strong on
the inside and define the
best
practices
and
processes
to
decrease
external attacks.

Build a Safe Harbor

Build

security

directly

into the business process
by establishing a safe
harbor or vault for highly
sensitive & secret data
irrespective of the current
network foundation. This
will protect the data from
the security threats of
hackers
and
the
accidental
employees.

misuse

by

Identify and Classify
Sensitive Data

There is a need to identify
& classify sensitive and
important data that your
business deal with. You
have to aware of your
which teams, individuals
inside and outside of your
organization have access to
sensitive data.

Monitor and Control
Access to Sensitive Data

When you identify where
your
sensitive
data
resides then the logical
next step is to lock-down
access to the data for
continuously
control
access privileges of the
sensitive data and have to
ensure
that
only
authorized
individuals
can have access.

For More Details Visit The
Source:https://empmonitor.com/blog
/prevent-insider-databreaches/


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