Negligent Data Exfiltration, occurs when an employee, knowingly or not, breaks internal data privacy policies and sends sensitive information to an undesired email address.
This often occurs when an employee sacrifices security for convenience, for example, to access work on a tablet for their commute or to print work documents on their home network.
Malicious Data Exfiltration is often caused by a “Malicious Insider” or “Bad Leaver”, and occurs when confidential company information is stolen with the intent of personal or financial gain.
This often occurs when an employee is participating in Insider Trading, or is leaving the company and looking to take information and/or clients with them to their new organization.
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