Insider Threat is real! It comes in many forms and pervades every industry, sector, and size of organization. Insider Threat often gets pinned on the malicious insider, the disgruntled employee who looks to profit off the organization’s data. However, more frequently the Insider Threat also comes in the form of the accidental user, perhaps a well-meaning employee who emails payroll records to their webmail account to finish later or the end user who accidentally emails the wrong information to the wrong person. Nearly 70% of organizations took anywhere from several days to several years to discover data loss by the malicious insider or privileged user. Over half of accidental breaches took months or more to discover. Who was most likely to discover these breaches? For the vast majority, it was an external source, either law enforcement or their own customers who notified the organization after-the-fact when a breach had occurred (2014 Verizon Data Breach investigation Report). It’s any organization’s worst nightmare!
Regardless of what threats your organization may face, even if the threat is unknown, innerView’s highly configurable monitoring options can ensure you are continuously aware of any risk you may be facing, large or small. Our software has been built from the ground up to monitor more areas of your endpoints and provide more information about activity taking place at your endpoints than similar systems. When it comes to reviewing alerts, we provide a simple, visual interface that will provide all your need-to-know statistics in one location, including screen captures of the event as it took place.
Timeline and Trending Information
In addition to continuous incident management, innerView also provides timeline and trending information for your event categories, allowing administrators to quickly investigate and address ongoing issues or newly developing trends. Our unique Dossier view and Case File systems allow tracking of individual user statistics and the creation of files for forensic or review purposes.