Insider Threat Mitigation Project
October 2014 • Poster
Kathleen Carley (Carnegie Mellon School of Computer Science), Neal Altman, Geoff Morgan (Carnegie Mellon School of Computer Science), Matt Benigni (Carnegie Mellon School of Computer Science), Matthew L. Collins, Andrew P. Moore, William R. Claycomb
In this poster, the approach taken by the Insider Threat Mitigation Project is illustrated, including ego-centered and email-centered analyses.
The goal of the Insider Threat Mitigation Project in FY14 was two-fold: (1) Evaluate and improve insider threat mitigation pattern effectiveness through piloting in partner organizations and (2) Develop and evaluate technical solutions for emerging insider threats, with a focus on insider-facilitated espionage.
By moving from the ongoing threat analysis into trends that help characterize the emerging threat, we are able to understand the requirements for next-generation enterprise system architectures needed to defend effectively against insider attacks.