Hi, this is Bill Claycomb and Alex Nicoll with installment 9 of a 10-part series on cloud-related insider threats. In this post, we discuss in detail two final areas of future research for cloud-related insider threats: normal user behavior analysis and policy integration.
Hi, this is Bill Claycomb and Alex Nicoll with installment 8 of a 10-part series on cloud-related insider threats. In this post, we discuss three more areas of future research for cloud-related insider threats: identifying cloud-based indicators of insider threats, virtualization and hypervisors, and awareness and reporting.
Hi, this is Bill Claycomb and Alex Nicoll with installment 7 of a 10-part series on cloud-related insider threats. In this post, we introduce seven proposed directions for cloud-related insider threat research and discuss two of them in detail: socio-technical approaches and predictive models.
Hi, this is Dawn Cappelli of the CERT Insider Threat Center. We always feel proud when we see others recognize our hard work and, better yet, communicate the results of our work to others. SC Magazine, FedTech, Information Week, eWeek, and GovInfoSecurity have all published articles about the work that the CERT Insider Threat Center has done. We've collected excerpts from each here with a link to the complete article so you can take a look.
Hello, this is Todd Lewellen, information systems security analyst for the CERT Insider Threat Center. We recently conducted a cursory search through our MERIT database for case examples across different industry sectors. This search reminded us just how indiscriminately insider attacks can appear throughout public and private sectors. In other words, while certain insider attacks tend to manifest themselves more often in specific industry sectors, no sector is free from the actions of malicious insiders.
Hi, this is Randy Trzeciak of the CERT Insider Threat Center. Recently, we completed a study that revealed insights into the type of insiders who commit insider financial cyber fraud, how they do it, and what they steal. The study, funded by the U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS) Science and Technology Directorate, involved 80 real cases of insider cyber fraud in the financial services sector. We conducted the study working with the U.S. Secret Service, the U.S. Department of the Treasury, and project partners from the U.S. financial services sector.
Hi, this is Bill Claycomb and Alex Nicoll with installment 6 of a 10-part series on cloud-related insider threats. In this post, we discuss how to secure against two other types of cloud-related insider threats: cloud exploits and those using the cloud against you.
Hi, this is the Insider Threat Team letting you know about where some of us will be appearing in the coming weeks. We will be addressing topics related to insider threats, risk, and cybersecurity at events in both the U.S. and Australia as well as in a virtual roundtable.