Insider Threat Security Reference Architecture

@article{Montelibano2012InsiderTS,
  title={Insider Threat Security Reference Architecture},
  author={Joji Montelibano and Andrew Moore},
  journal={2012 45th Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences},
  year={2012},
  pages={2412-2421}
}
The Insider Threat Security Reference Architecture, ITSRA, provides an enterprise wide solution to insider threat. The architecture consists of four security layers - Business, Information, Data, and Application. Organizations should deploy and enforce controls at each layer in order to address insider attacks. Each layer does not function in isolation or independently of other layers. Rather, the correlation of indicators and application of controls across all four layers forms the crux of… CONTINUE READING

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