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Cyber Espionage And The Threat From Inside

11 March, 2011
With a recent report concluding that company's aren't taking the cyber espionage threat seriously enough, one company has just made threat detection easier with the release of agent-based database monitoring and auditing software

An Ovum report on cyber-espionage claims that private companies are just as much at risk as national security organisations but nonetheless don't take the threat seriously. Usually concentrating on the protection of financial data, these companies are overlooking the threat of data leakage and infiltration from competitors. Read more about the report from Datamonitor


One of the main vulnerabilities for confidential data has always been and firmly remains the threat from inside the organisation and with the explosion of data being held, the task of monitoring and auditing what is done with that data has become infinitely more complex. To solve this riddle, data security company Imperva has released version 8.5 of SecureSphere for monitoring network-based file activity and identifying risks. Read more about Imperva's agent-based monitoring and auditing tool

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