The trusted insider threat - Lessons learned from WikiLeaks

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The trusted insider threat - Lessons learned from WikiLeaks
The trusted insider threat - Lessons learned from WikiLeaks

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Protecting against and detecting potential data leakage is at the heart of the WikiLeaks controversy.  However there is no "one size fits all" solution. It must be addressed at multiple levels with collaborating technologies, including SIEM, database monitoring and application monitoring, to provide the most complete prevention and detection strategy possible.

Join Jeremy Conway, senior security analyst, NitroSecurity to understand the lessons learned from WikiLeaks and the strategies and technologies available today that can best address this multi-layered threat.

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