Workplace Violence and Insider Threat
According to a recent FBI report on pre-attack behaviors of active shooters, 62 percent who went on to become active shooters had a history of acting in a harassing, abusive, or oppressive manner, much of which can be observed in the workplace via technical means. Tracy Cassidy and Carrie Gardner, researchers with the CERT National Insider Threat Center, discuss research on using technology to detect an employee’s intent to cause physical harm.
About the Speaker
Carrie Gardner is a cybersecurity engineer at the Carnegie Mellon University Software Engineering Institute. Her primary work is with the National Insider Threat Center, where she works on best practices in insider threat risk management. Carrie is also a part-time adjunct faculty member at the University of Pittsburgh School of …Read more