Entries Tagged as 'sabotage'
by Jay Heiser | April 18, 2012 | Comments Off
A significant number of enterprise IT policies include some sort of prohibition against the use of computer viruses, interference with the network, and other forms of deliberate harm. Is it really the case that without a policy against it, some employees will insist on using malware to destroy their PC and attempt to bring down [...]
Category: IT Governance Policy Tags: employee morale, policy, sabotage
by Jay Heiser | March 19, 2010 | Comments Off
Lately, we’ve been having some discussions about what to do with privileged users, and how to protect your organization from hostile administrators. Ant Allan, Andrew Walls and I have just collected a lot of this material into a new research note. Ultimately, there’s only so much you can do. If you hire crooks, or if [...]
Category: risk management security Tags: administrative privilege, administrator risks, data leakage, industrial espionage, insider threat, loyalty, morale, sabotage