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An organisation’s human layer is its people. However, people are unpredictable and often cause data breaches — either accidentally or maliciously — as they create, store, and share increasing volumes of unstructured data. And this risk that people pose to sensitive information is only growing. The traditional security perimeter has disappeared with the adoption of cloud technology and flexible working practices that see staff, partners, and clients accessing data and applications via a range of devices and from multiple locations (potentially even from across the globe). This has led to an increased need for human layer security — technology such as contextual machine learning and artificial intelligence (AI), which can detect abnormal behaviour to prevent breaches before they happen.
Download Human Layer Security for Dummies, Egress Special Edition, to learn:
- How to understand human-activated risk
- How to implement human layer security
- The role of machine learning