C7. Investigate and Mitigate Potential Insider Threats
Wednesday, May 9, 2018
2:00 PM - 3:00 PM
While many data breach incidents are at the hands of external bad actors, insider threats pose an often over-looked risk to company data. In fact, internal employees were responsible for 25 percent of data breaches in 2017, according to the Verizon Data Breach report, and that number is expected to grow in the years to come. Whether through malicious intent or accidental disclosure, a company’s own employees might just be its biggest threat to data security.
Join us for this informative session and learn how you can stop internal data threats before they happen. We’ll take a look at recent real-world examples of companies that fell victim to an internal breach, and explore how unwanted data loss, possible litigation and negative publicity could have been prevented by using the right tools.
Attendees to the session will learn how to:
· Identify sensitive data in unapproved locations and remediate any potential threat
· Investigate a suspected employee’s devices quickly and covertly
· Seamlessly move data from an investigation into a tool for complete end-to-end e-discovery, in the event of possible litigation.
· And more
PRESENTED BY ACCESS DATA
This session is part of our Vendor Track and may be more commercial in nature
Mr. Lefton began his career in the legal industry as an in-house IT Administrator and Litigation Support Specialist for Epstein Turner and Song, gaining extensive experience working with trial attorneys and learning the litigation process. In 2005, his technical background and litigation support expertise landed him a job as Trial Technician and Department Manager for Merrill Legal Solutions, and later a Trial Consultant at Midwest Trial Services. Mr. Lefton joined AccessData in 2010 as a Sales Engineer. In this role, he supports the company’s sales efforts by helping to demonstrate the features and capabilities of the AccessData suite of solutions to customers and prospects across all industries. Scott also plays an active role in helping to transform client feedback into new product developments and enhancements that help AccessData drive innovation.