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Jan. 8, 2022, 1:19 a.m. | /u/Th3_Pr0f3ss0r

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r/InsiderThreat is dead as a doorknob…I’m not holding my breath, but I figured I would ask here.

As a secondary question, does anyone have any recommendations for good resources for Insider Threat analysis? I’m finding tons of management and theory stuff, but nothing practical. For example, common potential risk indicators (PRIs) and how to best capture/alert on them.

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