Technology Providers

Technology
Providers

90% of data breaches in this industry involve Intellectual Property.


Technology manufacturers value is inextricably tied to their Intellectual Property.  Theft of Intellectual Property is considered the number one cyber threat facing manufacturers today.

Where are the Biggest Concerns?

where are the biggest concerns

While not all breaches stem from insider actions, insider driven incidents tend to be more costly and harder to detect than attacks from outside the perimeter.

Prevent and Remediate Internal Threats with Veriato

Veriato assists with every facet of intellectual property protection, utilizing its detailed visibility into specific user actions related to accessing and processing intellectual property. The following sections breakout how Veriato can assist with ensuring the security of your organization’s intellectual property. Our solution helps you to monitor for inappropriate use, and analyze user behavior to anticipate threats.  Technology Providers worldwide use Veriato to:

  • INVENTORY, CLASSIFY & MAINTAIN INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY & CORRESPONDING ASSETS
  • IMPLEMENT SECURITY AND OPERATIONAL SAFEGUARDS
  • MANAGE INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY LOSS INCIDENTS

Insiders Cause Over 66% of All Breaches1

insiders cause over 66% of breaches

Opportunity Cost of Proactive Insider Threat Investment for an Enterprise2

opportunity cost of proactive insider threat Investment
1) CyberSecurity Insiders and Crowd Research Partners "Insider Threat 2018 Report"
2) CSO Magazine August 2017

How Veriato Works

Analyze

Machine Learning is combined with a rules-based approach to provide critical behavioral anomaly alerts as well as event and activity alerting.

Detect

Veriato detects insider threats by collecting & analyzing data on people activities and behaviors.

Respond

Security personnel are able to review and prioritize for response using video playback, combined with reporting and search capabilities for full-fidelity visibility into insider activity.

"Most organizations will suffer an insider compromise and many will be unable to prevent all attacks. That your organization currently has an insider threat of some sort is a near certainty."

– Dr. Eric Cole, SANS Institute Fellow