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Insider threats: definitions, examples and tips

Shanna Hall
1 Min
A variety of faces and a potential insider threat

When it comes to security threats and fraud risks, we often talk a lot about hackers and people outside of businesses breaking into companies’ networks to steal information and data – but a very, very real threat lies within every single organisation.

Insider threats from employees and third parties who either deliberately or accidentally provide access to cybercriminals are on the upswing. And businesses need to safeguard against them. 

So, how do you identify potential insider threats and reduce your risks of falling victim? Here’s everything you need to know.

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