Latest Volume Dissects Insider Risk: How to Recognize It and How to Prevent It Features Interviews with Blackstone’s Stacey Champagne, Navigant’s Alma Angotti and Regulatory Expert Tim Dolan
Behavox, the market leader in data analytics software for Compliance, CRM and Risk, is pleased to announce the publication of Radar 6 – its sixth volume of Radar Magazine – which explores the various insider threats that companies face and dissects how technology can anticipate, analyze and prevent this risk.
“Featuring numerous interviews with industry experts, Radar 6 discusses how both corporate and commercial firms must have the capabilities in place to identify risk, categorize it, and then decide who must deal with said risk.”
Recent studies have suggested that, on average, a breach instigated by an insider at a large corporation costs $5 million to the enterprise once everything has been investigated, accounted for and remediated. This edition of Radar explores the various insider threats to a company: from clumsy and inevitable data breaches, to the holes in corporate infrastructure that might facilitate malpractice, to how firms are defining, dividing, qualifying and escalating alerts when risk is identified.
“With nearly 85% of cyber risk in most enterprises being self-generated, we felt it was important to unpack this vulnerability through the lens of both the employer and employee,” said Jennifer Clarke, Editor-in-Chief of Radar 6. “Featuring numerous interviews with industry experts, Radar 6 discusses how both corporate and commercial firms must have the capabilities in place to identify risk, categorize it, and then decide who must deal with said risk.”
Radar 6 also covers a range of other timely industry topics, dissecting why data is a commodity of increasing value, the art and science behind compliance budgets, what makes for the perfect human-machine symbiosis, and more.
Radar is a print magazine published by Behavox that was launched in 2018. Clients, investors and stakeholders alike receive the magazine on a quarterly basis, which discusses and opines on various regulatory issues, as a collective effort to solve problems surrounding operational risk and compliance. Written content comes from the Behavox Regulatory Conduct Group and executives from the financial services, professional services and regulatory arenas.