Cyber-attacks can have a devastating impact on a company; it can be even more devastating when the attack is made by an employee or other insider. The trusted insider has distinct advantages to the external attacker: access to and knowledge of people, structures and systems that can cause critical damage to an organisation from inside its own firewalls. And often the assumption is that the perpetrator must be external to the organisation. Yet deliberate insider attacks are far more common than you may think.
So now, in 2021, what sort of insiders commit or facilitate cybercrime against their own organisation and how can we spot them? Professor Dan Hyde of our Investigation, Regulation and Tax team offers extensive insight.
This webinar is part of our In-House Lawyers Autumn Conference 2021