Insider Threats – Exploring the role psycholinguistics plays in identifying at
risk-insiders within your company
Future of Work
12:30-2:00pm . The term 'Insider Threat' brings to mind visions of nation state and corporate spies, yet it is much more than that. The science behind defining, understanding and profiling human behavior based on communication patterns has evolved over 30 years and is used to distinguish over 60 behavioural traits to surface at-risk insiders. It has also been peer-reviewed throughout that time in published scientific journals. Criminal organisations invariably use some element of insider weakness to launch attacks – cyber security teams have been slow to incorporate behavioural analysis into security planning with an over-reliance on technology solutions.
This presentation aims to explain through the use of case studies how psycholinguistic analysis is an important component of any security posture and how it also can contribute to overall organisational health from a HR perspective. Venue sponsor:
Co-Hosted by the Human Resources Committee and Information & Communications Technology Committee and The British Chamber of Commerce in HK
Cliftons Ltd Level 5, Hutchison House 10 Harcourt Road Central, Hong Kong