Cleard Life is pleased to offer you a complimentary audit to assess your insider threat risk. In less than three minutes you will know how much unmitigated personnel risk exists in your organisation - and what you can do about it. Plus, you'll have the option to be admitted into our exclusive "Early Access Program", which gives you your first Assessment for free (valued at $169).
eg. Job descriptions and employee contracts include descriptions of information security
responsibilities including implementing and maintaining policies, and protecting organisational
assets scaled for each employee position.
Eg. guidelines for recognising and addressing signs or symptoms that an employee is:
Engaged in interpersonal conflict
Guilty of technical violations
Susceptible to social engineering
Other signs that he may be at risk for insider violations
eg. services, policies and procedures to assist employees and their families with personal,
psychological, financial, legal and other stressors which have been related to insider risk are in
place and accessible to employees, including provisions for privacy, voluntary and involuntary
referral and referrals by others.
Information collected during pre-employment screening helps hiring managers make informed decisions and mitigate the risk of hiring a “problem” employee. The methods chosen to screen prospective employees will likely depend on the sensitivity of the industry and the job position.
eg. policies and practices related to insider risk are applied in appropriate or parallel form to all personnel working with the organisation, including contractors, subcontractors, temporary employees, clients and customers who utilise shared resources, etc.
eg. Australian citizens, New Zealand citizens and Australian permanent residents are legal workers and have unlimited permission to work in Australia. Some Australian visas have work limitations that could include not being able to work at all or only being able to work with a certain employer or a specific number of hours. An Australian visa holder who is not in breach of their visa conditions is also a known as a legal worker.
eg. placement firms charge a fee for supplying an organisation with employee candidates who are subsequently hired. Their income is derived from the initial placement of the employee in that position and most employees of such organisations operate on a per-head commission. The priority of these groups is, therefore, on the placement of as many individuals as possible.