Workforce Management Software

Workforce management, often shortened to simply WFM, is about managing staff schedules and services within companies. Workforce management software incorporates most software that focuses on managing and simplifying the process of scheduling staff work hours as well as managing their work and productivity. Managing large amounts of staff members turns into a massive task for human resources teams if they have to do everything manually.


What is the Next Generation Threat Hunting

The FBI recently reported that in 2019, cybercrime cost businesses $3.5 billion, a number they say is likely grossly underestimated. Another study from Accenture that spanned 11 countries across 16 industries found that the complexity of attacks is also increasing. As a result, the average cost of cybercrime for an organization grew from $1.4 million to $13.0 million.


Advanced Solutions for Data Theft and Fraud Detection

The threats from data theft and fraud will continue to be a significant concern for all corporate entities in 2020. eCommerce sales, for example, are expected to reach almost one trillion dollars in the next three years, creating a growing opportunity for attackers to capitalize on fraud. A Juniper Research Report regarding online payment fraud trends estimated that digital card, not present fraud (CNP), one of several fraud categories, will reach $130 billion by 2023.


Reducing Cyber Risk With AI and User Behavior Analytics

At the end of 2019, Security Intelligence released a report on trends that should influence your security planning for 2020. Near the top of the list was the need for visibility, alignment, and analytics when it comes to cybersecurity. Leaders are coming to terms with the idea that being able to see, understand, and have reliable records of what users are doing with their corporate assets can provide valuable insights when trying to reduce cybersecurity risks within your organization.


Cyber Security Trends in the Energy Sector

Each day, we depend on energy for almost every kind of activity imaginable. Energy is required to keep lights on, enable transportation around the world, allow hospitals to operate, power the internet, and much more. Also termed the Oil and Gas sector, it’s considered a critical infrastructure sector by most nations around the world. This is because a loss of energy can cause a debilitating impact on the quality of human life.


Five Reasons Why "Never" Being Breached May Not Be A Good sign

While countless companies have found themselves in the headlines after being breached over the last decade, there are also many companies we never hear about. Why is that? What makes them so unique that they were never successfully breached before? Is it that they have top of the line security technology? Is it that they don't have assets that attackers care about? Or is it that they've just gotten lucky thus far? None of those common misconceptions are likely the true reason.


How Do Cyber Attackers Hide Their Tracks After Committing Digital Fraud?

According to IBM, it takes an average of 197 days to detect a breach. Today's attackers go above and beyond to evade alerting capabilities and make it look like they were never there. While that number tends to be shorter for Insider Threats, Insiders also tend to be much better at deception and covering their tracks as well.

Fraud Prevention with User Behavior Analytics

Data is currency online and on the dark web where social security numbers sell for $1 each, debit or credit card numbers as much as $110, and passports and medical records $1,000 or more. Without deep visibility into user activity within an organization, suspicious behaviors that signal fraud may go unnoticed and insiders can profit by selling your sensitive data.