The Real-life Story of Insider Threat at a Local Government County

Watch this recorded webinar to learn first-hand the amazing story of how a local government county CISO, Richard C. Malewicz, used user behavior analytics to detect and mitigate a series of Insider Threats.  Before being detected, employees were involved in a collection of incidents including copyright infringement, password harvesting, and evidence tampering and billing fraud.

In this webinar, Richard shares his Insider Threat best practices and lessons learned including:

  • The chain of events involved in a real life insider threat incident
  • How to detect early indicators of insider threat by monitoring user behavior
  • The key components of a user-centric security program based on user behavior analytics

Featured Speaker:

Richard C. Malewicz, MBA, PMP - Chief Information Officer & Chief Information Security Officer for a Local Government County

Rich Malewicz has more than 20 years of IT experience in areas spanning organizational leadership, cyber security, industrial controls, and program management. Rich is a joint recipient of the 2014 Digital Government Cyber Security Leadership and Innovation Award. Rich has also consulted for Chrysler-FIAT and held positions at Schneider Electric and Perceptron.

Rich is a U.S. Army Reserve Officer with over 18 years of combined active and reserve service. Rich holds an MBA from the University of Michigan in Flint, Michigan and has been a certified project management professional (PMP) for nearly 10 years.