CGI has introduced new insider threat advisory services in an effort to help government and commercial customers respond to cybersecurity threats.
The program will advise organizations in their analysis of various data sources and cultural change efforts in order to identify risks through what the company calls an insider threat lens, CGI said Wednesday.
“An active insider threat risk management program should be an integral part of security for every organization,” said Michael Roach, president and CEO of CGI.
CGI will work to set up insider threat program offices for clients and provide monitoring services as a managed or on-premise service as part of the program.
The company also partnered with Carnegie Mellon University’s Software Engineering Institute to assist in insider threat vulnerability assessments.