In March, two special agents working on the Silk Road’s takedown were arrested for money laundering and wire fraud. The agents are accused of stealing nearly $800,000 worth of Bitcoin from Silk Road and transferring them under false pretenses to other exchanges like Mt. Gox. In a sense, this situation is an extreme example of the risks associated with insider threats.
What can enterprise organizations trying to manage insider threats learn from these events?
Listen to our latest Security Slice podcast and hear Tim Erlin, Lamar Bailey, Ken Westin, Lane Thames and Tyler Reguly discuss why the definitions of cops and criminals get blurry in offensive security situations, why all insider threats leave traces behind and the rising risks connected with alliances between white collar criminals and hackers