Establishing an Effective Insider Threat Program

Establishing an Effective Insider Threat Program

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Date: Thursday, 9/17/2020

Time: 9am - 1pm

COURSE DESCRIPTION: This 4-hour introductory course is designed for the corporate world who have not yet established an insider threat program, or are only in the early stages. This course is an introduction to how to best assess the needs of your organization, and the general first steps to form an insider threat program. Discussions will center around building something with minimal or no budget.

Definitions, scope, industry standards, best practices, factors to consider before you start, planning and implementations tips are included. Additionally, we will cover why there is no "one-size-fits-all" approach for insider threat programs, and why you need to factor in your organization's culture. Additional follow-on courses will be presented at a later date.

This course covers the following:

-Case studies

-Strategy and Planning

-Use of an Insider Threat Steering Committee

-Program definitions and scope

-How to start a program without a budget

Instructor: Shawnee Delaney

As a certified Case Officer, one of the few Defense Intelligence Agency (DIA) civilians to be trained at CIA’s iconic training facility, Shawnee spent nearly a decade with the DIA conducting clandestine Human Intelligence (HUMINT) operations all over the world. She served as a Supervisory Branch Chief supporting EUCOM, CENTCOM, PACOM and AFRICOM requirements. Shawnee has truly global experience as a human intelligence officer operating in Africa, Asia, Southeast Asia, the Americas, Europe, the Middle East, and the U.S.. She served four combat zone tours in Iraq and Afghanistan as a Case Officer and Detachment Chief. She additionally worked for the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) coordinating and managing intelligence community relationships and partnerships in the protection of U.S. critical infrastructure and industrial control systems for the Industrial Control Systems Cyber Emergency Response Team (ICS-CERT).

In Shawnee's ten-plus years in the private sector, she helped create a robust Insider Threat program for a major pharmaceutical company and spent several years building the first Insider Threat program for a prominent Silicon Valley tech company. Shawnee has led complex corporate investigations all over the globe involving fraud, platform abuse, internal data access abuse, counter intelligence, data exfiltration, and attribution of unauthorized disclosures. She holds a M.A. in International Policy Studies with a Specialization in Counter Terrorism and Counter Proliferation, and a M.S. in Cyber Security.