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Challenges Facing Insider Threat Programs and Hub Analysts: Part 2 of 2

Challenges Facing Insider Threat Programs and Hub Analysts: Part 2 of 2

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Jason W. Clark

In the first post in this two-part series, we covered five unique challenges that impact insider threat programs and hub analysts. The challenges included lack of adequate training, competing interests, acquiring data, analyzing data, and handling false positives. As you read the new challenges introduced in this post, ask yourself the same questions: 1) How many of these challenges are ones you are facing today? 2) Are there challenges in this list that lead to...

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Challenges Facing Insider Threat Programs and Hub Analysts: Part 1 of 2

Challenges Facing Insider Threat Programs and Hub Analysts: Part 1 of 2

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Jason W. Clark

The purpose of this two-part blog series is to discuss five challenges that often plague insider threat programs and more specifically the analysts that are working in insider threat hubs. I am in a unique position to discuss this area because I have many years of experience working directly with operational insider threat programs of varying maturity levels. Thus I have a front-row vantage point to understand the challenges that analysts face on a daily...

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Sentiment Analysis in the Context of Insider Threat

Sentiment Analysis in the Context of Insider Threat

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Jason W. Clark

In this blog post, I describe sentiment analysis and discuss its use in the area of insider threat. Sentiment analysis, often referred to as opinion mining, refers to the application of natural language processing (NLP), computational linguistics, and text analytics to identify and extract subjective information in source materials (Wikipedia)....

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