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in·sid·er

 (ĭn-sī′dər)
n.
1. An accepted member of a group.
2. One who has special knowledge or access to confidential information.
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insider

(ˌɪnˈsaɪdə)
n
1. a member of a specified group
2. a person with access to exclusive information
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in•sid•er

(ˌɪnˈsaɪ dər)

n.
1. a person who is a member of a group, organization, society, etc.
2. a person belonging to a select circle of power, prestige, etc., esp. one who is privy to confidential information.
3. a person who has some special advantage or influence.
[1820–30]
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.insider - an officer of a corporation or others who have access to private information about the corporation's operations
business executive, corporate executive - an executive in a business corporation
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insider

noun worker, employee, staff member, workman, job-holder a shrewd insider in the music business
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Translations
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pensionnairetravailleur en place

insider

[ɪnˈsaɪdəʳ]
A. N [of firm] → empleado/a m/f de la empresa
B. CPD insider dealing, insider trading Nabuso m de información privilegiada
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insider

[ˌɪnˈsaɪdər] ninitié(e) m/finsider dealing insider trading n (STOCK EXCHANGE)délit m d'initiésinsider trading = insider dealinginside track n
[sports track] → corde f
(fig) to get the inside track on sth → obtenir des informations de première main à propos de qch
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insider

nInsider(in) m(f), → Eingeweihte(r) mf
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insider

[ɪnˈsaɪdəʳ] nuno/a degli adetti ai lavori
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insider

n. persona bien informada.
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References in classic literature ?
A triangular opening faced towards the bows of the ship, so that the insider commanded a complete view forward.
Today, Microsoft released images of build 16296 to Insiders, which was the previous build that was offered to the Slow ring.
However, these behavior patterns can also be found in malicious insiders. To distinguished malicious activities and common activities, we extend and define activities that could be an insiders threat.
Newman, (14) the Second Circuit overturned the tippees' convictions on the grounds that the tippers, who were corporate insiders that indirectly passed inside information to the tippees via the tippees' analysts, (15) did not receive a "personal benefit" from their tips.
SINGAPORE, Aug 17, 2016 - (ACN Newswire) - Global cybersecurity leader Forcepoint(TM) announced today that its latest offering, SureView(R) Insider Threat, a powerful, proven security tool that accelerates companies' efforts to prevent data theft and loss from hijacked systems, rogue insiders, stolen credentials and negligent end users is now available in Singapore.
To mitigate the risks posed by insiders, companies should develop and execute a specific company-wide integrated insider-threat management program that addresses the human element along with business and information technology (IT) security operations.
While many Americans associate the term "insider trading" with illegal activity, company insiders are free to buy and sell shares of their own company's stock, provided they follow disclosure laws.
The Purchase Price is equal to an approximate 7% premium to the USD 9.45 per share price offered by certain insiders of the company in their buyout proposal announced on June 10, 2019 (the "Insider Buyout Proposal"), an approximate 59% premium to the closing price of the common shares on the Toronto Stock Exchange (the "TSX") on June 7, 2019 (the last trading day prior to the announcement of the Insider Buyout Proposal) and an approximate 52% premium to the volume-weighted average trading price of the common shares on the TSX for the 30 trading days prior to the announcement of the Insider Buyout Proposal.
Microsoft noted that it is planning to move Windows Insiders in the Fast ring forward to 20H1.
Insider buying is viewed as a bullish signal because insiders know their company's operations well and are privy to financial information.
Since the days of the Chelsea Manning and Edward Snowden massive leaks of national security information, the Navy has made significant investment to address the toughest challenges posed by the potential threat from malicious insiders. After the insider threat gained national attention with several damaging breaches that attacked the very fibers of our national security, the President signed an Executive Order mandating that the agencies of the government, including the Navy, develop and implement effective Insider Threat Programs (InTP).