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Insider Risk

People are an organisation’s biggest asset, however, in some cases, they can also pose an insider risk. As organisations implement increasingly sophisticated physical and cyber security measures to protect their assets from external threats, the recruitment of insiders becomes a more attractive option for those attempting to gain access

Last Updated 30 March 2021
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People are an organisation’s biggest asset but in some cases they can also pose an insider risk
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The CPNI PerSec maturity model has been designed to specifically assess an organisation’s personnel security maturity
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Guidance Strong security leadership can ensure you have effective security strategies
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CPNI has developed a risk assessment model to help organisations centre on the insider threat
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Organisations require robust employment screening policies and procedures
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Develop and plan effective practices for countering the insider threat and maintaining a motivated, engaged and productive workforce
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Monitoring and assessment is an essential element of good personnel security
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Ensure organisations are better equipped to avoid common pitfalls and maintain trust
Guidance This guidance provides an overview of the fundamentals of Insider Risk Management. This will enable you to get the most from CPNI advice.
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