Man sentenced for cyber crime offences

Deletes 23 Cloud servers from its old company generating losses of 580,000 €.

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Steffan Needham, a 36-year-old male from the Bury district of Greater Manchester, has been sentenced to two years in prison after being fired for his low performance in recent times. After being fired, Needham stole the credentials of a former partner and logged into the Amazon Web Services accounts of the company, eliminating a total […]

Insiders without Kymatio

Best practices for cyber risk prevention, the human factor.

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Standard cybersecurity programs often do not contemplate a significant part of the risk, which is generated by employees. Current tools are insufficient instruments. To obtain better results, a new approach is necessary. From the internal threat (insider) we are all part: the employees of the company, but also the subcontracted personnel and suppliers. Insider risk […]

Human behavior as the biggest cybersecurity-risk

Human behavior as the biggest cybersecurity risk

Posted Posted in Cyber Insider News, External articles, Insiders, Internal threat news

Risk and Human Behavior. The actions of the employees can be one of the greatest cybersecurity risks facing your organization, according to Adenike Cosgrove from Proofpoint. Cosgrove points out that cybercriminals, like most people, will take the path of least resistance when they carry out a job. In most cases, this means tricking a human […]

Acuerdo Kymatio Botech FPI

Partnership agreement between Kymatio and BOTECH FPI

Posted Posted in About Kymatio, Partnerships

All types of internal threat incidents have increased year after year notably since 2016. Taking into account the current insider risk scenario, Botech FPI joins Kymatio in an agreement to increase the security of its organization in the face of possible insider incidents. In parallel, a partnership agreement is signed that enables Botech FPI  to incorporate […]

SunTrust Employee May Have Stolen Information About 1.5 Million Clients

Internal threats: SunTrust Employee May Have Stolen Information About 1.5 Million Clients

Posted Posted in Cyber Insider News, External articles, Insiders, Internal threat news

The Atlanta-based bank said that the employee, who no longer works at the bank, attempted to access client information and provide it to a ‘criminal third party.’ PHOTO: BLOOMBERG NEWS More info WSJ: https://www.wsj.com/articles/suntrust-employee-may-have-stolen-information-about-1-5-million-clients-1524231553