When most people think of cyber security, they typically think of hackers sitting in a dark room plotting to steal corporate and personal information. While this perception may be correct in many instances, some of the most easily identifiable weak points for cyber security comes from the inside. Most insiders in an organization have some level of access to sensitive corporate data. When breaches from the inside occur, they are often accidental and without malicious intent (although situations do exist of insiders stealing sensitive information). Read more on the topic at Dark Reading.