Since 2009, Tanager’s multidisciplinary team of Insider Threat experts have implemented Insider Threat Programs for government agencies and commercial organizations. From investigations and data analysis to deploying, monitoring and supporting a state-of-the-art applications that identifies and responds to internal threats, we are truly the leader for providing Insider Threat services to the federal government.
Insider threat is defined as “the likelihood, risk, or potential that an insider will use his or her authorized access, wittingly or unwittingly, to do harm to the national security of the United States. Insider threats may include harm to contractor or program information, to the extent that the information impacts the contractor or agency’s obligations to protect classified national security information.
Household names like Manning and Snowden, incidents like mass shootings in the workplace and private sector cases like Sony, Target and others are very real examples of why Insider Threat is an ongoing concern in the United States federal government and a rapidly rising concern in the business sector, where threats can damage a company’s reputation and tarnish a brand’s image and relationship with its customers. The cost of investing in an Insider Threat Program far outweighs the price of an incident.
Tanager has vast knowledge, expert staff and a history of success in the area of Insider Threat risk reduction. We have expertise in every aspect of the mission from training the workforce on identifying the indicators of Insider Threat to building robust and holistic Insider Threat programs.