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Veriato uses advanced behavioral analysis and context-rich user behavior logging to protect your company’s most sensitive data.
Veriato specializes in providing insight and actionable intelligence into the activities and behaviors of users: employees, contractors, and those who seek to steal their credentials. Learn why security-focused industries, from defense to healthcare, trust Veriato to protect their most sensitive data.
Veriato is an innovator in actionable User Behavior Analytics and the global leader in User Activity Monitoring. More than 36,000 companies, schools, and government entities worldwide utilize Veriato solutions to gain insight into the user activity on their network, and enjoy the security and productivity increases that come with it.
Veriato's award-winning solutions include the world’s leading employee investigation tool (Veriato Investigator), the award winning insider threat solution (Veriato Recon), enterprise-grade User Activity Monitoring (Veriato 360), and robust Event and Security Log Management (Log Manager).
Clinical trials are a crucial step in developing new life sciences products such as drugs and medical devices. All tests – whether with large or small groups of people – require medical and personal information from patients upfront, and then proceed to collect data throughout the process. Ultimately, research companies are responsible for large sets of sensitive data and securing that information should be a top priority.
We recently discussed data security requirements for federal contractors and now we are doing a deeper dive into one of the trickier compliance factors: reporting cyber incidents.
Federal contractors are private entities that fulfill governmental needs. As such, they are trusted with sensitive, private federal information which makes them obvious targets for cyber attacks. The government has recently ramped up data security requirements for federal contractors, demanding more software, hardware and accountability from them.
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Since you’re reading this guide, it’s likely you recognize the threat insiders pose to an organization and the need to proactively build a plan to monitor, detect, and respond to potential and active threats. Insiders pose a real threat – 28% of data breaches are perpetrated by insiders, and institutional fraud is almost always an insider.
Organizations focused on security threats tend to focus on the external attacker. Solutions used to secure the perimeter, endpoints, email, and data are put in place. While absolutely necessary, they organizations lack the ability to equally protect against the insider – the employee that puts the organization at risk through either malicious intent or negligence.
Someday, sometime, an employee with access to sensitive data, intellectual property, or trade secrets is going to leave your company, which makes their departure risky to the organization. Sure, you’ve “trusted” them as part of their employment, but when the time comes to change jobs, you can’t always be certain about the motive for the move.
The results of the SANS survey on insider threats show that organizations are starting to recognize the importance of protecting against the insider threat but struggle to deal with it; as one might expect, larger organizations are more likely to have provisions for responding to such threats.
The class of cyber actor with the greatest capacity to cause harm to organizations is not the so called state-sponsored hacker or cyber-terrorists. It is the “insider” – the company’s employees, ex-employees, and trusted vendors.
Many companies today are allowing employees to work remotely. With new communication technologies, remote employees are fully enabled to get their job done, no matter where they are. But how do we monitor remote employees?
Developing and executing an Insider Threat Program that aligns with corporate values and data sources, brings about some unique challenges and concerns. Join Insider Threat expert, Jim Henderson from the Insider Threat Management Group and Nick Cavalancia from Techvangelism as they discuss.
The greatest challenge in identifying a threat is knowing what actions to be watching and which of them constitute a potential threat. With benign and threatening insider activity looking so similar, it’s no wonder it takes months to identify data breaches or fraud.
Our solution combines the most complete visibility into user activity with the benefits of user behavior analysis. This translates into more chances to detect, and prevent, an insider attack.
Security & Risk professionals recognize the value and benefits of analyzing user behavior and monitoring user activity. At times, legal and HR staff have questions that must be addressed prior to implementation. This Webinar is intended to assist companies in determining how to best implement a user activity monitoring and / or user behavior analytics program.