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U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) Has Taken Steps to Address Insider Threat, but Challenges Remain
Frank Deffer (ed)
This report reviewed the efforts of U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) to address the risk posed by trusted insiders. The objective is to assess CBPäó»s progress toward protecting its information technology (IT) assets from threats posed by its employees, especially those with trusted or elevated access to sensitive information systems or data. CBP has made progress in addressing the risk of insider threats across the organization. Specifically, it established a working group and a committee focused on the risk. Further, CBP researches employee behavior, conducts pre-employment screening including polygraph assessments, and participates in border corruption task forces with the FBI. Also, CBP established a Joint Intake Center and Security Operations Center to centrally identify, monitor, and respond to potential insider threat risks or incidents in information systems and networks. While these efforts have resulted in some improvements, CBP has opportunities to improve its security posture against threats posed by employees and contractors. Includes recommendations. Redacted. This is a print on demand report.
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