Plugging Hiring Holes

Shelley A.Kirkpatrick
March 2006
Security: Solutions for Enterprise Security Leaders;Mar2006, Vol. 43 Issue 3, p66
Trade Publication
The article discusses the need to implement stricter employment hiring requirements or processes to prevent the occurrence of insider threats. Insider threat is a recognized vulnerability that can negatively impact an organization's people, physical assets, computer systems and proprietary information. It can also threaten economic security according to PriceWaterhouse Cooper's research called "Economic Crime Survey and Trends in Proprietary Information Loss". INSETS: The Dangerous Insider;Genetic Testing Next Hiring Step?.


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