"In a study that examined malicious insider incidents,
62% involved employees looking to establish a second stream of income off of their employers' sensitive data, 29% stole information on the way out the door to help future endeavors and 9% were saboteurs."
Digital data has put organizations at risk for having their data stolen. Insider leaks can lead to significant financial and reputational damages for an organization and compromise internal applications and systems. The worst part of these data breaches is that the majority of them could have been prevented. Some examples of rule violations include:
Our approach is user-centric and focuses on individual actions. We focus on helping organizations understand the chain of events, shape user behavior and combat the internal threat via automated risk detection and prevention. The process is easy:
"43% of businesses need a month or longer to detect employees accessing files or emails they're not authorized to see."
Our dashboards show an organization’s weak points, which rules are violated most, and anomalies in human behavior that deviate from previous behavior or behavior of peers.
Each rule can be assigned a risk level. When these rules are combined, a risk score is created per user. The dashboard can then aggregate these risk scores by department, by user, or by rule level.
Launch a full forensics investigation by drilling down into a user's specific actions. Click on any action to bring up a video of the user's desktop when the action took place.
Proactively stop actions before they take place by applying block, redirect, lock-out, or shut-down reactions to certain behavior
Educate users by reminding them of your organization's policy when they violate a rule
Get instant email notification of rule violations, with a screenshot. Take actions such as locking out the user by clicking a link in the email