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Cybercrime continues to show rising trends. According to a study by the Ponemon Institute, there was an 11 per cent increase in the annual average number of security breaches in 2018 [7]. A data breach can be expressed as an event in which protected data is accessed or disclosed without authorization. Internal or external actors can cause such events. Internal threat actors are malicious or careless users. Hackers, cybercrime organizations and state-sponsored actors are included in the category of a foreign threat. Data breaches appearing in the news are generally carried out by external actors. Attacks from outside generally reveal the threats addressed by traditional security measures with a “deep defence” approach. Insider threats are more difficult to prevent and detect because insiders are familiar with the organization’s network topology, systems, guidelines, and policies, posing a high hazard and can access confidential information with relatively low restrictions. When we analyze cybercrime, we often underestimate the dangers of an internal threat. Insider threats pose a significant risk to organizations and, if not the most common source of attacks in past years, they are the most expensive and difficult to recover.

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