Insider Threat Program: Maturity Framework   [open pdf - 6MB]

From the introduction: "The National Insider Threat Task Force (NITTF) is charged under Executive Order (EO) 13587 with reviewing and, when appropriate, adding to or modifying the Minimum Standards and guidance in coordination with the executive branch departments and agencies (D/As) subject to the EO. The Minimum Standards provide the basic elements necessary to establish a fully functional insider threat program (InTP) and thereby serve as milestones in the InTP maturity process. The insider threat is a dynamic problem set, requiring resilient and adaptable programs to address an evolving threat landscape, advances in technology, and organizational change. The effort requires continual evaluation and updated perspectives and approaches. In furtherance of this effort, the NITTF has developed, in collaboration with executive branch D/As, an InTP Maturity Framework (hereafter referred to as 'Framework') to enhance the Minimum Standards. The Framework identifies key elements within the Minimum Standards construct to enable D/As to increase the effectiveness of program functionality, garner greater benefit from InTP resources, procedures, and processes, and tightly integrate InTP procedures and objectives with their distinct missions and challenges."

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