Tell Us What You Think: Answer the Insider Threat Survey

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We don’t expect our admired and trusted employees to resort to malicious or unintentional activity that hurts the company. But the fact is, the insider threat is real, and it’s an increasing concern for information security and business leaders. Businesses heavily depend on trusted employees to access critical systems, make good decisions for the business and carry out vital operations. Despite advances in technology, humans are still one of the major contributors to data loss and technology breaches.

Tell Us What You Think: Answer the Insider Threat Survey

The first step in engaging this threat is to build awareness and understand the establish norms and reactions to insider threats already in the industry.

  1. How aware are we of insider threats?
  2. Is insider threats caused by people or by technology?

Thank you for agreeing to take part in this important survey that’s meant to build and measure awareness of the insider threat. We aim to gather your thoughts and opinions in order to create a brief summarized report and infographic providing insight into this information security topic. This survey will take 2-3 minutes. For your participation, you’ll be entered into a $50 Amazon gift card giveaway. Winners of the giveaway will be picked by random number generation from those that have entered and given a working email. The winner will then be announced on our social media accounts, and notified by email. Be assured that the email collected will only be used to contact the winner of the $50 Amazon giveaway. Complete the survey below.

[Results will be published at a later date by blog post, Twitter, Facebook and LinkedIn.]

Megan Thudium

Megan Thudium

Megan Thudium is a Berlin-based writer with a passion for curating actionable and enlightening content for business leaders. A seasoned author, her latest works encompass topics in travel, business and information security. Follow Megan on twitter @megan_thudium.

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