Most experts agree that the biggest danger to an organization is not from external attacks but rather from the insider—a disgruntled employee or somebody else who has physical access to the facility. Given physical access to an office, the knowledgeable attacker can quickly find the information needed to gain access to the organization’s computer systems and network. Besides having physical access to the facility and systems, knowledgeable insiders will also know where the important information is contained—information that would be useful to sell or information that would be damaging to the organization if altered or destroyed. Outsiders may have to expend considerable energy and time to find where this valuable information is stored. If you have no experience with an insider threat, assume you are a manager and you are tasked to take steps to counter the insider threat. What steps do you recommend and why?