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Founded:
2007
Company Size:
51-200 employees
Company Type:
Private
Location:
Boston, MA. USA
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ObserveIT is a visual monitoring and investigation solution that identifies and eliminates insider threats. It continuously monitors user behavior and alerts IT and Security teams about activities that put their organizations at risk. ObserveIT provides comprehensive visibility into what all users a ...
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6 Best Practices for Cyber Security in 2017
Every organization strives to have the best cyber security possible, but with the number of data breaches from insiders in the headlines today, keeping up-to-date with new security practices to implement is crucial. It can also be time-consuming. So, assuming you have the basics down: encrypting data, firewalls, etc., the best practices outlined below for 2017 are items you may not have previously considered, but definitely should. Check out the list of these best practices for cyber security as ...
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Meet ObserveIT at RSA
ObserveIT is a proud sponsor of RSA®Conference 2017. If you are attending, we’d welcome the opportunity to meet you. We’ll show you how ObserveIT can help your organization identify and eliminate insider threats from high-risk employees, third party contractors, vendors, privileged users and business users. We’ll share why more than 1,400 customers worldwide, like Verizon, Starbucks, and Brown Brothers Harriman have chosen ObserveIT to identify and eliminate insider threats.Stop by booth& ...
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ObserveIT Insider Threat Video featuring Gartner
With data breaches and data theft occurring more quickly and with more sophistication than ever before, protecting your organization against cybersecurity threats has likely proven increasingly difficult. Companies have commonly focused a majority of resources on protecting against malicious outsiders. And, while hacking and phishing are still a major cause for concern, it’s insiders—trusted employees, contractors and vendors—that have become the most cited culprits of cybercrime. The ...
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Insider Threat Best Practices for 2017
The greatest cyber security threat to organizations is no longer the malicious outsider hacking from beyond network firewalls. As research shows, it’s the insiders—those already within the firewalls—who pose the largest risk. In 2015, 55% of cyber attacks were carried out by insiders, according to IBM. As the number of insider attacks increases, savvy companies are crafting policies to thwart them. Based on conversations with hundreds of customers and industry experts, here are 5 Insi ...
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How to Prevent an Insider like Harold T. Martin III from Stealing Information
Companies spend an exorbitant amount of time trying to protect their data and systems from outsiders. Between firewalls and scanners, malware detection and prevention, employee education and other security protocols, organizations can dedicate countless resources to cybersecurity measures. Think about this: Are you accounting for the people who are already inside? You must think about employees and contractors with access to the organization's systems when you consider the ways to protect t ...
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NISPOM Conforming Change 2 – All You Need to Know!
NISPOM Conforming Change 2 was released May 21, 2016: The Department of Defense published Change 2 to DoD 5220.22-M, “National Industrial Security Operating Manual (NISPOM).” NISPOM Change 2 requires contractors to establish and maintain an insider threat program to detect, deter and mitigate insider threats. Specifically, the program must gather, integrate, and report relevant and credible information covered by any of the 13 personnel security adjudicative guidelines that is indicative ...
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Security Blind Spots
6 Common IT Troubleshooting Blind Spots IT teams deal with security incidents every day, despite investing heavily in the most advanced cybersecurity tools.  Whether it’s malicious or well intentioned, your employees, vendors and other trusted users may be actively working in security blind spots that cannot be monitored by the security tools in which you’ve invested. When malware is accidentally downloaded, or files are deleted, or sensitive information is sent via web mail, how ...
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6 Ways to Speed Security Investigations
Confidential company data has been posted on a public website. What happened? How long will it take to find out? Where do you look for answers? How much does not knowing cost your organization from a time and productivity standpoint? Security professionals know better than anyone: investigating potential security incidents can be time-consuming — and without the right security tools and programs, the mean time to detect (MTTD) to the mean time to resolve (MTTR) can be quite lengthy. The sec ...
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8 Tips to Help You Pass a Compliance Audit
There isn’t an individual in any company who doesn’t worry about failing an audit for non-compliance. And whether it’s PCI, SOX, HIPAA, NERC, FFIEC, FISMA or FERPA, when it comes to audit compliance of dozens or even hundreds of deployed applications, IT is not exempt from its share of requirements (or pain).  Not only are there costly penalties when violations are discovered, but when a business is not in compliance with specific regulations, it can be particularly damaging to a business ...
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6 Steps to Protect Against Insider Threat from High-Risk Employees
  In a public service announcement the FBI stated that disgruntled and former employees cost companies anywhere between $5,000 to $3 million dollars in cyber incidents after leaving the organization. According to recent research from Gartner, “seeking harm and revenge on employers is a bigger incentive for insider threats than is stealing money.” This is why, when an employee turns in his notice, is written-up for an infraction, is generally disgruntled, or believes they ...

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