The Insider Threat Center of the US-Computer Emergency Response Team continues to use SD and systems thinking to guide its approach towards protecting against insider cyber attack. Below is their most recent publication --
The CERT Insider Threat Center recently published a new paper titled “Deriving Candidate Technical Controls and Indicators of Insider Attack from Socio-Technical Models and Data” (http://www.cert.org/archive/pdf/11tn003.pdf
). The paper seeks to demonstrate how a useful method for extracting technical information from previous insider crimes and mapping it to previous modeling work can create informed candidate technical controls and indicators. It was written by Mike Hanley, lead of our Insider Threat Lab, and was voted Best Paper at the NSA Center of Academic Excellence Workshop on Insider Threat, held in St. Louis, Missouri, in November 2010.