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Veriato develops intelligent, powerful solutions that provide companies with visibility into, and understanding of, the human behaviors and activities occurring within their firewall, making them more secure and productive. We provide world-class software and support that enables our customers to protect their most valuable assets, reduce their risk, and gain unparalleled visibility into their operations.

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Latest Content From Veriato

Whitepaper: 4 Steps to Monitoring Employees in a Remote Workplace

by VeriatoFeb 01, 2019

This Getting Started brief provides some high-level guidance around how to properly establish the monitoring of remote employees, including what to look for and how to appropriately respond should an issue be discovered.

Whitepaper: 7 Steps to Building an Insider Threat Program

by VeriatoFeb 01, 2019

This Getting Started brief provides some high-level guidance around the steps necessary to implement an Insider Threat Program (ITP) to proactively identify potential and active threats, as well as to appropriately respond should a threat arise.

Whitepaper: 3 Steps to Spotting Insider Threats

by VeriatoFeb 01, 2019

Your employees have access to your organization's most valuable data — customer detail, intellectual property, personally identifiable information (PII), vendors lists, bank accounts, financials, and more.

Whitepaper: Enhanced Data Protection Against Insider Threats

by VeriatoFeb 01, 2019

An effective insider threat program requires a mix of people, process, and technology. Over-reliance on, or neglect of, any of these three pillars has significant negative impacts on the ability of an organization to effectively

Whitepaper: The Cost Of Inaction

by VeriatoFeb 01, 2019

Your organization's security posture is only as strong as your least secure — or least scrupulous — employee. All it takes is an IT professional forgetting to apply a patch, a manager sending sensitive data to the wrong person, or an angry systems administrator selling your intellectual property to set your business back millions of dollars.