Safeguarding Your Business Against Rogue Employees
With inside access, rogue employees represent the biggest threat to your digital assets. Get the levels of protection, detection, and recovery you need—all the way down to the firmware level—from HPE Gen10 servers.
Given the cybersecurity climate in recent years, most businesses have deployed advanced enterprise IT security defenses, focusing primarily on stopping external hackers. Yet it’s even more important to consider internal threat actors—including rogue or disgruntled employees at your company as well as those who work for business partners that have integrated IT systems. These two groups pose a potential security risk.
When one of your own employees breaches your infrastructure security architecture and steals sensitive data, you are just as liable as if you suffered a cyberattack from an external hacker. Regardless of who it is, if the wrong person gains access to your data center, your servers can be compromised. Even worse, you may not discover the breach until much later.
And don’t forget ex-employees that might still have access to your network. A recent survey of 600 IT decision makers revealed that 58% of former employees are still able to access corporate networks after they’ve left the company. This is not really surprising, given that the same group indicated that 24% have suffered data breaches by former staff.
Read the entire article here, Safeguarding Your Business Against Rogue Employees
via the fine folks at HP Enterprise.