Boston Workshop

Best Practices for Mitigating Insider Threats

July 18, 2019 from 9 a.m. to 12 p.m. at the Aloft Boston Seaport Distict
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Stephen D. Baker, CPP
Managing Director, Chief Security Officer Global Security
State Street Corporation
Bonnie S. Michelman, CPP
Executive Director of Police, Security and Outside Services
Massachusetts General Hospital
Teresa Anderson
Security Management Magazine

Phil Brophy
Senior Security Manager, Enel Green Power North America
Kristy Dunchak
Senior Director of Solutions Marketing, Physical Access Control, HID Global

"This event qualifies for 3 CPEs toward any ASIS certification"

High profile data breaches draw a lot of attention and shift focus to external threats. But cyberattacks account for only part of, if a very visible part of, security threats. Insider threats walk through the front door every day in the form of under trained and unaware staff, mismanaged contractors, and accident prone or disgruntled employees. There is a general consensus that insider threats are a growing problem yet are under reported both internally and externally. Damaged reputation, market devaluation, lost revenue, operational disruption and liability are just some of the reasons there is an unspoken incentive to “keep quiet”. The bottom line is you can't protect your data or intellectual property if it's allowed to walk out the door.

In this half-day workshop, you will hear several sessions from various security practitioners who will share best practices from the perspectives of personnel, policy, operations and access control for mitigating risk and dealing with the danger from within.

Breakfast and Networking Lunch Provided

Recently, TechTarget and HID Global did a global study of IT professionals to shed light on this challenge. The white paper, As Enterprise Mobility Usage Escalates, So Does Security Risk, offers insights into some of the steps organizations are taking to tame the mobile security beast.

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