Internal Threat - Risks and Countermeasures

by Jarvis Robinson
Sept. 1, 2017 0 comments SANS Institute threats/vulnerabilities

Many of us were told the story of Benedict Arnold. If you are unfamiliar, Benedict Arnold was the U.S. Army officer during the Revolutionary War who turned traitor. Benedict conducted secret propositions with the British that could have cost the U.S. the war and changed history. Fortunately, Benedict’s plot was uncovered and the British were defeated. This type of threat has not changed much since the days of Benedict Arnold. Not only does it continue today, but technology has also made it more prevalent.