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The whole insiders vs. outsiders debate has always been one of semantics more than anything else. If you count by attacks, there are a lot more outsider attacks, simply because there are orders of magnitude more outsider attackers. If you count incidents, the numbers tend to get closer: 75% vs. 18% in this case. And if you count damages, insiders generally come out on top -- mostly because they have a lot more detailed information and can target their attacks better. Both insiders and outsiders are security risks, and you have to defend against them both. Trying to rank them isn't all that useful.
Schneier on Security: IT Attacks: Insiders vs. Outsiders
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