Insider Threats

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Grow your Small Business with Workforce Intelligence

Did you know that collecting data regarding employee behaviors and patterns can help business owners create accurate, efficient business plans? Companies are using workforce intelligence to accurately and objectively build stronger internal organizations using big data. Workforce intelligence uses a combination of artificial intelligence, SaaS tools, analytics, and visual reporting to help employers oversee and manage employees more effectively.

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Going Beyond Insider Threats: How to Balance Post-COVID Cybersecurity with Productivity Data for Remote Employees

For many organizations, the past several years have been defined by an unending pursuit of data privacy and cybersecurity. Prompted by a daunting threat landscape, new regulatory standards and increasingly onerous consequences, companies invested millions in securing their digital infrastructure as an all-in attempt to meet the moment.

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5 Real-Life Examples of Breaches Caused by Insider Threats

Employees know all the ins and outs of a company’s infrastructure and cybersecurity tools. That’s why we witness hundreds of malicious and inadvertent insider attacks that lead to data breaches and harm companies. Such attacks often lead to financial and reputational losses and may even ruin a business.

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Exploring Productivity: Which Metrics Matter Most?

Even before the Coronavirus pandemic turned millions of people into newly-minted remote workers, companies were already acknowledging a rapid shift toward decentralized workspaces. Not only are workers increasingly prioritizing flexibility, making remote work a selling point to attract top talent, but embracing decentralized teams broadens access to a global cadre of candidates.

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Employee Monitoring For the Remote Workforce

Remote work has become increasingly popular over the last several years. But in 2020, the number of remote workers grew exponentially as a result of the coronavirus pandemic. Even though the lockdowns have ended, many companies have allowed their employees to continue working remotely. According to Gallup, 33% of workers in the U.S. are working remotely all the time and 25% of workers are working remotely at least some of the time.

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Managing Compliance and Security in a Remote World

'Times they are a-changin' was a song performed by Bob Dylan many decades ago, but the words ring true now more than ever. The Covid-19 pandemic has had serious repercussions on the healthcare ecosystem and has shaken up the global economy. The pandemic has also forced millions to work remotely from their homes. According to analyst firm Gartner Inc., amid Covid-19, 88% of enterprises shifted to remote working for their employees.

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How to Secure System Administrator's Privileged Accounts: 7 Best Practices

System administrators hold the key to your organization’s cybersecurity. However, sysadmin accounts can pose risks to your company. On the one hand, their elevated access rights are targets for hackers and malicious users. On the other hand, there’s a risk of administrators themselves abusing their privileges. In this article, we explore the types and responsibilities of sysadmins and define the risks related to their work.

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The Importance of Privacy-Focused Monitoring In Light of COVID-19 Work Disruption

The COVID-19 pandemic has increased the already-robust adoption rates for employee monitoring software. Prominent publications, including The Washington Post and The New York Times, have reported on this trend, and they have documented employees’ general unease about the practice. Indeed, even before employees were relegated to their homes, many were uncomfortable with the idea of invasive and unbridled digital oversight.

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How to Successfully Transition to a Hybrid Workforce

In 2020, agility is making a comeback. After running its course as a business buzzword, it has become an operational necessity for companies in every sector due to the novel coronavirus pandemic’s repercussions. Most prominently, this reality manifests in our workplace arrangements, as companies grapple with the efficacy and necessity of returning to work during a pandemic.

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The Importance of User Behavior Analytics

There’s no question that cybercrimes are a growing problem for businesses in the United States. A cyberattack can cost a business about $200,000 on average. Sadly, many businesses that are targeted cannot recover from the financial effects of a cyberattack. In fact, it’s estimated that 60% of targeted companies go out of business within six months of the attack.