The insider threat poses a significant and increasing problem for organisations. The use of highly connected computers makes controlling information much more difficult than in the past. This is shown by the regular stories of data loss in the media such as the 25 million personal records mailed out by Revenue and Customs in the UK. This pocket guide sheds light on the key security issues facing organisations from insiders, enabling organisations to get up to speed.
|Publisher:||IT Governance Ltd|
|Sold by:||Barnes & Noble|
|File size:||481 KB|
About the Author
Dr Clive Blackwell is a researcher at Royal Holloway, University of London, where his main field is security architecture. He has developed a practical three-layer security architecture to model computer networks such as the Internet and other complex systems such as critical infrastructure.