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Eric D. Shaw
June 2011 - Technical Note A Preliminary Model of Insider Theft of Intellectual Property

Topics: Insider Threat

Authors: Andrew P. Moore, Dawn Cappelli, Thomas C. Caron (John Heinz III College, School of Information Systems Management, Carnegie Mellon University), Eric D. Shaw, Derrick Spooner, Randall F. Trzeciak

In this report, the authors describe general observations about and a preliminary system dynamics model of insider crime based on our empirical data.

July 2009 - White Paper Insider Theft of Intellectual Property for Business Advantage: A Preliminary Model

Topics: Insider Threat

Authors: Andrew P. Moore, Dawn Cappelli, Thomas C. Caron (John Heinz III College, School of Information Systems Management, Carnegie Mellon University), Eric D. Shaw, Randall F. Trzeciak

In this paper, the authors describe general observations about, and a preliminary system dynamics model of, insider crime based on our empirical data.

December 2006 - Technical Report Comparing Insider IT Sabotage and Espionage: A Model-Based Analysis

Topics: Process Improvement

Authors: Steven R. Band (Counterintelligence Field Activity - Behavioral Science Directorate), Dawn Cappelli, Lynn F. Fischer, Andrew P. Moore, Eric D. Shaw, Randall F. Trzeciak

In this report, the authors examine the psychological, technical, organizational, and contextual factors that contribute to espionage and insider sabotage.

November 2006 - Presentation A Risk Mitigation Model: Lessons Learned From Actual Insider Sabotage

Topics: Insider Threat

Authors: Dawn Cappelli, Andrew P. Moore, Eric D. Shaw

In this presentation, the authors describe an interactive case example of insider threat, discuss key sabotage observations, and provide an overview of MERIT.