The insider threat – what to do if the problem is at the top?

Some leaders might be a joy to work for, others…not so much. How do you monitor a CEO who “knows it all” and dislikes having to comply with the security rules?

What about difficult egos and managing the conflict which might arise from “limiting powers of access”?

Thom Langford, Founder, TL(2) Security and Christian Toon, CISO, Pinsent Masons, discuss what happens when the insider threat is at the top. This video was inspired by this article from The Register which highlights breaches in senior integrity. The security experts chat with Anna Delaney, editor at teiss.

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