We know about cyberthreats coming from abroad, whether they be nation-states or organized criminals. But as recent events have proved, sometimes the threat is as close as the next cubicle over. How should organizations balance the need to provide more access to more people, with the possibility that one person can create havoc? How is that person identified before it's too late, and how is any possible damage mitigated? Former principal deputy director of national intelligence Sue Gordon and Uber chief trust and security officer Matt Olsen sit down with The Cipher Brief's Suzanne Kelly.