Narrative Use Cases

Insider Threats

Insider threats can be extremely harmful, but the bad actors are not always your employees, contractors and partners.

Bad actors employ social engineering to fool your customers or employees, illegally access and share intellectual capital, and spread disinformation or misinformation that casts your organization in a bad light. Insider threats are one of the most feared events for any company. Someone inside can cause significant financial, operational, and reputational harm by knowingly or unknowingly sharing trade secrets, IP, or customer or employee data.

Identify the threats

When sensitive information leaves your organization, the public often loses trust in your ability to keep people and information safe. Narrative threats can surface either as the attack that causes a leak or as a harmful response that makes a breach worse.

Our Constellation Platform can give you context around narrative threats identified in online conversational data. We will help to surface and guide effective responses to narrative threats as they relate to insider threats and the public fallout that often results.

Understand narrative risk

Narrative threats are far more complicated than an ugly rumor. Insider threat narratives share confidential information, sell intellectual property and trade secrets, open your organization up to foreign malign influence operators, unwittingly give access to cyber criminals, leak information through software packages or applications embedded in your systems, or spread harmful views about a company and its leadership.

Protecting sensitive information from insider threats has never been more critical for governments and companies. Organizations must safeguard troves of data from potential compromise by employees and contractors with access. However, as a recent, high-profile espionage case demonstrates, your organization faces significant risks even when cyber threats are thwarted. Learn more about what happened, and what we can learn from it, here.

Protect your employees and customers by knowing the narrative.

Leading organizations are creating greater business resilience by proactively equipping themselves to detect and respond to narrative threats. When insider threats become public, knowing the narrative is critical to reducing organizational risk
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