All companies are at risk from insider threats, be they from disgruntled employees stealing and selling data or taking contact lists. Cybersecurity expert Kurt Long provides some advice to companies so they can take measures to protect themselves.
The insider threat is more complex than ever. This can arise from a disgruntled employee seeking revenge on employers by stealing and selling data on the dark web or taking customer contact lists. This means organizations find it increasingly difficult to stop soon-to-be former employees from walking out the door with sensitive data.
Given that January is the most popular month for employees to look for a new job, how can companies protect data during employee turnover? FairWarning founder and CEO Kurt Long, an expert in cybersecurity and security intelligence, provides Digital Journal readers with some pertinent advice.