The Insider Problem Revisited
- M. Bishop,
“The Insider Problem Revisited,”
Proceedings of the New Security Paradigms Workshop
pp. 75–76 (Sep. 2005).
The “insider problem” is considered the most difficult and critical
problem in computer security. But studies that survey the
seriousness of the problem, and research that analyzes the
problem, rarely define the problem precisely. Implicit definitions
vary in meaning. Different definitions imply different
countermeasures, as well as different assumptions.
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