PALM BEACH GARDENS, FL. --BUSINESS WIRE-- User behavior analytics and activity monitoring company Veriato today announced that its Veriato Investigator has been honored as the Best Computer Forensics Solution at the 2016 SC Magazine Awards Europe, hosted in conjunction with InfoSecurity Europe 2016. Veriato Investigator, previously named Spector CNE Investigator, is forensic-grade employee investigation software that reduces the risk of insider threats by performing temporary investigations of employee activity with fast, accurate, and efficient data collection and playback for quick decision making using reliable, actionable evidence.
Veriato Investigator has been honored as the Best Computer Forensics Solution at the 2016 SC Magazine Awards Europe.
Easy to install and use, Veriato Investigator captures all employee computer and Internet-related activity, from basics like websites visited and emails sent and received, to powerful screen capture that can be replayed as if watching a video recording of exactly what was done. Users report significant reductions in the cost of investigations—often up to 50 percent—while achieving better results because of the solution’s unbiased, easy to understand presentation of facts. This strong value is the reason why more than 15,000 organizations around the world have trusted Veriato Investigator to get the answers they need.
“Being honored as the winner of this prestigious award validates the increasing need to know what is happening within the perimeter of an organization to reduce the risk of insider threats,” said David Green, chief security officer, Veriato. “By automatically and privately recording all computer activity, including emails, application use and even instant messages, the security teams can confirm suspicions of any illegal activity, see who else might be involved and even determine how much damage has been done to their organization. With Investigator’s ability to record the data, the company can make quick decisions on what needs to be done, and if necessary, use the data as evidence in civil or criminal litigation.”
Each year, hundreds of products are entered in SC Magazine Europe’s Excellence Awards. Each product is judged by a panel representing a cross-section of SC Magazine readership, which is comprised of large, medium and small enterprises from all major vertical markets, including financial services, healthcare, government, retail, education and other sectors. Entrants are narrowed down to a select group of finalists before undergoing a rigorous final judging process to determine the winner in each category. The winners were announced on June 7 in London.