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THE INSIDER THREAT LEVEL: GDPR TOTAL RECALL, THE CIA HOARDER, AND AT-RISK AGENCIES
The Insider Threat Level series is here to keep you up-to-speed on the numerous examples of insider threat incidents, trends, and best practices caught in the news, so you can be more prepared for anything coming your way. This week, we’re taking a look at: an EU data leak that brings up fond memories of GDPR, the story of a CIA contractor that has been secretly hoarding classified work, a new report that claims Federal Agencies are “at risk” or worse, and a whole bunch more. EU Website Suffers Data Leak, Shortly After GDPR Goes into Effect. By now, you’re no doubt overly familiar with the GDPR compliance conversation. But, according to Anthony Chadd, the Senior Director of EMERA at Neustar, “Achieving GDPR compliance is a clear challenge for organizations, so much that, following a leak of personal data on its website, even the European Commission has failed to meet its own standards.” Yes, you read that correctly. The organization responsible for GDPR compliance regulations is having difficulty with. GDPR compliance. According to The Telegraph, the documents containing more than 700 personally identifying records were uploaded to the Europa.eu website in Excel format, by various European Commission officials all the way back in 2013. READ MORE