In 2013, The Conference Board of Canada published a briefing detailing best practices shared with the Conference Board and the results from a 2012 survey of executives on the evolving insider threat landscape. A series of recommendations was made to help organizations build their prevention and response strategies. The survey was relaunched in 2017 as the Board revisited this research to see what progress has been made in implementing the briefing’s recommendations as well as what challenges persist. This presentation will detail the results of this latest survey and includes six updated recommendations.
Rachael Bryson is a Senior Research Associate in national security and public safety with the Conference Board of Canada. Her areas of research include national security, cyber security, and emergency management. Rachael is also a PhD candidate at Carleton University, where her doctoral research examines civil-military relations and strategic decision making during NATO coalition campaigns. Rachael is a former public servant, having worked in research and policy for the Department of National Defence, Public Safety Canada, and Global Affairs Canada. At DND, she helped design research projects on military culture and socialization in response to the 2015 External Review into Sexual Misconduct and Sexual Harassment in the Canadian Armed Forces. At Global Affairs, she was a lead policy advisor for Canada's feminist foreign policy in the Foreign Policy and Planning division. Rachael has previously interned with NATO as a strategic foresight analyst, and completed her masters at the Centre for Military and Strategic Studies at the University of Calgary and her undergraduate degree at the University of Ottawa.
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