Two recent high-profile security incidents have made headlines across the United States and APAC regions.
The other was the arrest of Yi Zheng, a Chinese national working as a contractor for Australian financial services firm AMP.
Hasson was charged with several crimes and accused of being a white supremist in the middle of planning a terror plot.
Zheng was arrested and pleaded guilty to attempting to steal and sell confidential AMP customer data on the dark web.
Security and risk professionals should be extremely interested in these arrests.
They show that when organizations have visibility over endpoint behavioral data and the ability to collect and analyze it, that malicious insider threats can be detected long before they have a chance to inflict significant damage.