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Showing 1 - 7 of 7 results for the critical infrastructure protection Type - White Paper

White Paper | January 2008 - White Paper Insider Threat Study: Illicit Cyber Activity in the Information ...

In this paper, the authors present the findings of research examining reported insider incidents in information technology and telecommunications sectors.

White Paper | January 2008 - White Paper Insider Threat Study: Illicit Cyber Activity in the Government ...

In this paper, the authors present the findings of a research effort to examine reported insider incidents within the government sector.

White Paper | January 2008 - White Paper Insider Threat Study: Illicit Cyber Activity in the Government ... By Eileen Kowalski (United States Secret Service), Dawn Cappelli, Bradford J. Willke, Andrew P. Moore

In this paper, the authors present the findings of a research effort to examine reported insider incidents in the government sector.

White Paper | May 2005 - White Paper Secret Service and CERT Release Report Analyzing Acts of ...

This press release is the second in a series of reports focusing on insider threats to information systems and data in critical infrastructure sectors.

White Paper | May 2016 - White Paper 2016 State of Cybercrime Survey

This paper examines the current state of cybercrime and explores how organizations and individuals respond to cybercrime threats.

White Paper | August 2005 - White Paper Simulating Insider Cyber-Threat Risks: A Model-Based Case ... By Eliot Rich (University at Albany State University of New York), Howard F. Lipson, Dave Mundie, Jose M. Sarriegui (University of Navarra Spain), Agata Sawicka (Agder University College Norway), Thomas R. Stewart (University at Albany State University of New York), Jose M. Torres (University of Navarra Spain), Elise A. Weaver (Worcester Polytechnic Institute), Johannes Wiik (Agder University College Norway), Ignacio J. Martinez-Moyano (University at Albany State University of New York), Paul Conrad, Dawn Cappelli, Andrew P. Moore, Timothy J. Shimeall, David F. Andersen (University at Albany State University of New York), Jose J. Gonzalez (Agder University College Norway), Robert J. Ellison

In this paper, the authors identify actions that may inadvertently lead to increased vulnerability to threats from employees, contractors, and clients.

White Paper | May 2004 - White Paper 2004 E-Crime Watch Survey Findings

In this report, the authors summarize the results of the 2004 E-Crime Watch Survey, conducted to unearth e-crime fighting trends and techniques.