May 14, 2024, 7:16 a.m. | Katrina Thompson

The State of Security

“When the cat’s away, the mouse will play,” the old adage goes. Filings to anti-fraud non-profit Cifas would support that claim, as Insider Threat Database (ITD) reports rose by 14% this past year and are largely attributable to hard-to-monitor work-from-home employees mixed with “increasing financial pressures.” The report details further incidents of dishonest behavior as recorded this year by the UK’s National Fraud Database (NFD). Insider Threats on the Rise Over 300 individuals were reported to the IDT in 2023. …

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