Lack of Sharing, Training Compounds Insider Threat

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Malicious and trusted insiders pose a range of challenges in terms of counterintelligence risks and physical threats, and experts say policy needs to catch up quickly to the new technologies available to help mitigate the problem.

“There’s a lack of willingness to share information, and that’s why I still believe we need to spend a lot more time on the policy side of this, of sharing, the cultural side, the comfort side, far more so than the tech, because the tech is already far ahead of where we are on policy,” Todd Rosenblum, former Acting Assistant Secretary of Defense for Homeland Defense and Americas’ Security Affairs, told The Cipher Brief’s Annual Threat Conference in Sea Island, Georgia on Friday.

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