Matthew Bunn and Scott D. Sagan

Insider Threats

Cornell University Press 2017

New Books in National SecurityNew Books in Politics & SocietyNew Books Network January 12, 2018 Beth Windisch

In Insider Threats (Cornell University Press, 2017), co-editors Matthew Bunn and Scott D. Sagan bring together a series of case studies and lessons learned...

In Insider Threats (Cornell University Press, 2017), co-editors Matthew Bunn and Scott D. Sagan bring together a series of case studies and lessons learned spanning public and private sectors. Essays include discussions of the American anthrax attacks and the Fort Hood shooting with examinations of organizational issues that allow insider threats to emerge. A study of the gaming and pharmaceutical industries provides alternative frameworks to preventing theft and loss. Insider Threats concludes with a “Worst Practices Guide,” to help high-security organizations dismantle assumptions that lead to security vulnerabilities. Read more about Insider Threats at the Belfer Center.


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