February 20, 2017
In today’s high-tech and hyperconnected world, threats from insiders go far beyond leakers and lone-wolf shooters. A single insider might be able to help adversaries steal nuclear material that terrorists could use to make a crude nuclear bomb, install malware that could compromise millions of accounts or sabotage a toxic chemical facility to cause thousands of deaths. How can we better protect against the enemy within, no matter what it is that needs to be protected?
Bunn, Matthew and Scott D. Sagan. "How Governments and Companies Can Prevent the Next Insider Attack." The Conversation. February 20, 2017.