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Here’s an overview of best practices security teams can use to protect cloud infrastructures from insider threats.

  • Implement least privilege access control: One of the most important ways to protect sensitive data and systems is to limit the number of users as well as privileges. To minimize the access of potential insider risks, organizations can apply the principle of least privilege (PoLP).


  • Regular training on security: The fact is that dangerous insider behavior is also unknowingly performed by a negligent or untrained user. Unintentional insider threats can arise from the smallest of actions, such as clicking on malicious links or sharing confidential information with unauthorized parties. Training can help remedy this.


  • Behavioral analysis: Behavioral analytics can be an important tool for security teams looking to mitigate insider risks in their cloud environments. By measuring real-time behaviors, analytics can help identify anomalies that indicate potentially malicious activity.


  • Implementing DSPM (Data Security Posture Management).
    In cloud infrastructures, DSPM helps prevent insider threats by detecting and blocking attempts to transfer sensitive data outside the infrastructure. Here’s the overview:


  • Access Control: DSPM can help enforce access control policies to ensure that only authorized users have access to sensitive data.
  • Data classification: DSPM helps classify data based on its sensitivity level and apply appropriate security controls to protect it.
  • Monitoring and logging: DSPM solutions can monitor and log all data access and usage.
  • Incident response support: DSPM responds quickly and effectively to security incidents.

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