Insider Threats


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.


Cybersecurity Compliance in the Education Industry: How to Protect Students' Personal Data

Educational institutions handle tremendous amounts of data and have access to personal, financial, and healthcare information of both students and staff. However, this exposes them to cybersecurity risks. In 2019, the US was hit by multiple ransomware attacks that impacted 89 universities, colleges, and school districts — up to 1,233 institutions were potentially affected.

Managing Compliance & Security In A Remote World

There are many advantages to having employees working from home, but there also seems to be significant challenges regarding data security, privacy, and compliance. How can we address these issues? Best practices for securing remote devices Maintaining compliance when employees work remotely Addressing additional risks caused by the COVID-19 Pandemic Regaining visibility into your mobile workforce using technology

Employee PC Monitoring Software

You never have to wonder about what your employees are doing during work hours again. With Veriato, the most robust PC monitoring software on the market, you can monitor every digital move your employees make, regardless of whether they are working in the office or at home. It’s never been easier to keep track of your employees’ digital activity thanks to Veriato.


Data Protection Compliance for the Insurance Industry

Insurance companies are desirable targets for cyber attackers because they work with sensitive data. To ensure the safety of customers’ personal information, insurance companies have to follow strict data protection requirements. These requirements oblige companies to implement the best cybersecurity practices or face considerable fines for non-compliance. In this article, we discuss data protection compliance for insurance companies and how to safeguard customer data.


Insider threats: What are they and how to prevent them

Companies need to establish a secure system to avoid insider threats and other online issues that could destroy a business. There are different online threats that businesses face every day. The most common of which is phishing attacks were the victim accidentally clicks on an unsafe link and log in. Other commonly known threats to businesses are malware, ransomware, weak passwords, and insider threats. Most of these online attacks are due to what is known as insider threats.


The Employee Offboarding Checklist for IT Pros

Network hardware failures. Internet outages. DDoS attacks. These are the types of disruptions you probably spend your time preparing to handle. But there’s another potential source of trouble that most IT pros think about much less frequently, and which happens far more often: employee offboarding. Whether an employee is leaving to pursue another opportunity or an employee is being terminated, you need to make sure your company’s network and data are secure.


Law Firm Data Security Compliance: Protecting the Confidentiality Of Personal Data

Lawyers constantly handle sensitive data that attracts hackers and malicious insiders. Every security breach leads to reputational losses, remediation costs, and penalties. That’s why cybersecurity at law firms is regulated by strict IT laws and requirements. Complying with all necessary requirements and implementing protection measures that fit your organization is challenging.


Easy Ways to Boost Employee Productivity Remotely

Employee monitoring and productivity tracking features valuable insights into your teams’ performance levels throughout the day. If your office has been recently affected by the COVID-19 pandemic, you might also be transitioning into a more remote-friendly workplace environment. How do you make sure your employees are staying productive? Can you accurately measure an increase or decrease in your team’s overall productivity?


Bringing UEBA & Zero Trust Together Making Remote Work Safer

2020 is likely to go down in history as the year of two pandemics, COVID-19 and cybercrime. Certain types of cybersecurity threats have massively intensified this year. For example, the malware NetWiredRC saw a 200% spike in detection rates in March 2020. COVID-19 has caused a sudden shift to remote working. More employees are now working from their homes than ever before. Remote work en masse exposes organizations to increased levels of threats.