Government agencies carry out well-practiced procedures in order to analyse criminal, social and financial background information of prospective employees – analysis that continues throughout the duration of their employment. However, recent media has captured one of the biggest all-time failures of this system in Edward Snowden’s PRISM incident.
If information of paramount national security is not safe in the hands of intensely-scrutinised professionals, how can you be sure that (for example) the details of your up-coming merger is preserved by only those that need to know about it.
Our White Paper entitled “Social Networking: Insider Threat or Threat to the Individual?” discusses this and suggests some areas that employers may want to concentrate their screening processes on.Social Networking: Insider Threat or Threat to the Individual? (157 downloads)