Home Resources Insider Threats During Economic Downturns - In House Insider Threats During Economic Downturns – In House April 22, 2020 As global business adjusts to the difficulties borne of the Covid-19 pandemic, organizations must be vigilant and responsive to a substantial increase in insider threats. Insider threats exist even for companies on relatively stable footing. The mere possibility of layoffs creates risk as employees begin to make decisions based on fear and uncertainty. There are as many contexts for insider threats as there are jobs in your organization. Developers who feel entitled to their coding work product could attempt to clandestinely exfiltrate it. Sales team members may try to take their ‘rolodex’ of contacts for use by a competitor, or even worse, secret financial information. COVID-19 has attacked the globe viciously. Both publicly and privately, individuals and businesses are faced with potentially catastrophic health, financial, and emotional consequences. Download this brief to learn more about how you can protect your business from an insider threat and how we can help. By completing this form you agree to receive communications from BlueVoyant. Share: Facebook Twitter LinkedIn Related reading Blog 3PR Risk for Prime Contractors and Mitigation Steps This post focuses on the overall protection of the defense industrial base’s supply chain security and the role of the prime contractor. Read more News BlueVoyant Honored with 5-Star Rating in the 2021 CRN® Partner Program Guide New York, N.Y., March 30, 2021 – BlueVoyant, a cybersecurity services company, is being acknowledged by CRN®, a brand of The Channel Company, in its 2021… Read more Identifying threats BlueVoyant Review: Semiconductors, the Supply Chain, and Cyber Security 2021 This report by BlueVoyant looks at semiconductors, the supply chain, and cyber security. Read more Recommended reading Identifying threats BlueVoyant Review: Semiconductors, the Supply Chain, and Cyber Security 2021 This report by BlueVoyant looks at semiconductors, the supply chain, and cyber security.