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Hunting Rogue Elements: Fighting the Insider Threat

Customer data falling into the hands of cybercriminals. It’s the stuff of nightmares for any organisation. Today the insider threat has the potential to pose a bigger risk to cybersecurity than external hackers.

In this webinar, LogRhythm experts will take you through a real use case in which data worth millions of pounds was stolen. And they will explain how the incident could have been stopped with the right response and mitigation approach.

Join the webinar to:

• Learn how cybercrime has evolved so much that insider threats now rival external threats
• See a live display of activity generated by an insider threat
• Discover cybersecurity innovations that can detect and respond to insider threats in real time

Join us to get a better understanding of the insider threat – and how to combat rogue elements in your organisation.
Recorded May 23 2018 43 mins
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    - When a user normally logs on
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    Customer data falling into the hands of cybercriminals. It’s the stuff of nightmares for any organisation. Today the insider threat has the potential to pose a bigger risk to cybersecurity than external hackers.

    In this webinar, LogRhythm experts will take you through a real use case in which data worth millions of pounds was stolen. And they will explain how the incident could have been stopped with the right response and mitigation approach.

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    • See a live display of activity generated by an insider threat
    • Discover cybersecurity innovations that can detect and respond to insider threats in real time

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    - Ted Harrington, Executive Partner at Independent Security Evaluators
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