Even prior to Sun Tzu penned his “Art of War,” nations and their armies have been using counterintelligence methods to defend themselves from both outside and inside threats. The technology has changed greatly through the years, but the people who operate that technology haven’t changed that much. Insider threats include a human component. In a recent survey of companies with data protection and privacy training programs, 55 percent of the respondents reported that they had experienced a security incident due to a malicious or negligent employee.
Insider Threat Mitigation and Countermeasures
Key topics covered in this course:
- Creating Human Information Networks: How to establish information networks within your organization and using advanced interview skills within these networks to get ahead of potential insider threats.
- PEACE Model of Interviewing: Managing the conversational interview.
- Reading People: Detecting deceit from behavior and demeanor.
- Rapport: How to build it and use it to your advantage.
- Micro expressions: Universal fleeting expressions of emotion and deception detection.
- Interview Sequence: 5 steps to the Cognitive Interview.
- Memory Enhancement: Going beyond the superficial details.
- Elicitation/Counter-Elicitation: How to collect sensitive information from an unwitting person and defend yourself and your colleagues from such collection.
- Detecting Deception: Combing the PEACE Model of Interviewing, the Cognitive Interview, Non-Verbals (Body Language), Narrative Analysis, and Micro expressions.
- Case Studies and Focus Groups: That solidify and apply your new skills with real life case studies.
Insider Threat Mitigation is a dynamic multi-dimensional approach to the problem of insider threats. The central concept of the approach is to enhance the flow of information to security professionals monitoring insider threats. This relies on the use of questioning and elicitation to get the truth from suspects, witnesses and any other subjects of interest. The techniques taught in this course combine the knowledge gleaned over 40 years of scientific research and validation through real-life application by professionals such as attorneys, law enforcement, regulatory inspectors, intelligence agents and investigators.
Who should take this course?
Anyone concerned over protecting company’s or organization’s sensitive information from insider threats.
What should you bring?
Just the willingness to learn how to find the TRUTH in any interview, meeting or discussion. Students may bring a laptop; if they want to take notes receive any of the extra training material that may be provided during the course.
What you will receive
Cognitive Interviewing course materials and Insider Threat Mitigation Student Manual.
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Be swift to hear and slow to speak,
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