Jeremy R. Strozer

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Organizations often suffer harm from individuals who bear no malice against them but whose actions unintentionally expose the organizations to risk-the unintentional insider threat (UIT). In this paper we examine UIT cases that derive from social engineering exploits. We report on our efforts to collect and analyze data from UIT social engineering incidents(More)
Abstract Organizations often suffer harm from individuals who bear them no malice but whose actions unintentionally expose the organizations to risk in some way. This paper examines initial findings from research on such cases, referred to as unintentional insider threat (UIT). The goal of this paper is to inform government and industry stakeholders about(More)
In this paper, we investigate insider threat cases in which the insider had relationships with the Internet under-ground community. To this end, we begin by explaining our insider threat corpus and the current state of Internet underground forums. Next, we provide a discussion of each of the 17 cases that blend insider threat with the use of malicious(More)
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