Insider Risk Management

Reduce insider risks in your organization

Insider risk management is all about addressing the potential insider threats posed by individuals who have authorized access to an organization’s systems, data, or resources but misuse or abuse their privileges. These individuals can be current employees, contractors, or even former employees who still retain access after leaving. The consequences of insider risks can be dire, ranging from data theft and unauthorized access to sabotage and unintentional actions that result in data breaches or operational disruptions.

Uncover Shadow IT for Effective Insider Threat Management

Shadow IT can pose a substantial challenge when coupled with insider risks. This issue arises when employees install unsanctioned SaaS applications without the approval from the IT and security team, inadvertently introducing potential risks. Wing helps by providing a comprehensive view of your organization’s SaaS landscape and usage, enabling proactive threat identification and mitigation.

Revoke Unnecessary Access to SaaS Applications  

Reviewing and managing user access rights is essential to secure your organization against potential insider threats. Wing facilitates user access management through automated access reviews, helping you ensure that only authorized individuals have access to critical information and applications.

Monitor for Abnormal User Behavior

Continuous monitoring of abnormal user behavior is crucial for proactive insider risk management. Detecting unusual data transfers, deletions, or access attempts can help prevent security breaches. Advanced SSPM solutions like Wing offer near real-time monitoring and remediation capabilities, allowing organizations to stay ahead of potential threats.

Effectively Monitor Employee Data

Effectively managing the offboarding process is essential to prevent outgoing employees from retaining access to critical business information. SSPM solutions such as Wing can detect who has access to what, ensuring that offboarded employees who still have access are known to the relevant security or IT team. This ultimately reduces the risk of insider threats and enhancing overall security.