Managing Insider Risks

An ‘insider’ is a person who exploits, or has intention to exploit, their role for unauthorised purposes. They may be full or part‐time permanent employees, individuals on attachment or secondment, contractors, consultants, agency staff or temporary staff. Correspondingly, an ‘insider risk’ refers to the possibility of an insider exploiting or intending to exploit their role for unauthorised purposes. This course aims to give delegates an understanding of the potential threat posed by insider activity and how to manage insider-related vulnerabilities.

Course syllabus:

  1. The concept of insider risks and the possible threat posed to civil aviation by insider-related activity

  2. An appreciation of how insiders have successfully been used in the past

  3. The strategies and tools available to manage the threat posed