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Kathleen Carley (Carnegie Mellon School of Computer Science)
April 2016 - Article Inadvertent Leaks: Exploration via Agent-Based Dynamic Network Simulation

Topics: Insider Threat

Authors: Kathleen Carley (Carnegie Mellon School of Computer Science), Geoffrey P. Morgan (Carnegie Mellon School of Computer Science)

In this paper, the authors describe the results of using their network model to simulate the flow of sensitive information in organizations.

July 2015 - Conference Paper Social Network Dynamics of Insider Threats: A Preliminary Model

Authors: Andrew P. Moore, Kathleen Carley (Carnegie Mellon School of Computer Science), Matthew L. Collins, Neal Altman (Carnegie Mellon University)

This paper describes a system dynamics model of insider espionage social networks. The model focuses on two forms of social capital: expectations and social norms.

October 2014 - Poster Insider Threat Mitigation Project

Topics: Insider Threat

Authors: 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.