Veriato employee investigation software automatically records all computer activity, creating a record that can be used as evidence in civil and criminal litigation.
Veriato Investigator’s invisible agent is deployed silently and managed from a remote console, so the target of the investigation is not alerted.
Recordings are centrally encrypted, stored and password protected, ensuring only appropriate eyes access and view the data.
"We were able to document two employees planning activity in direct violation of nondisclosure and non-compete agreements."
Find out who your biggest offenders are by seeing exactly where, when, and how much time your employees are spending on non-work activities.
Identify inappropriate communications or actions across web, email, webmail, and social media. .
See who is accessing customer lists, financial records or other high value business documents and know exactly what is done with them.
Determine exactly what an employee is or is not doing while on the clock and quickly review his or her day in a matter of minutes.
Audit compliance policies and procedures by watching employee actions. Should a problem occur, be notified in real-time and know, with certainty, the extent of the problem.
Yes, by default, Veriato Investigator’s agent is deployed silently to either your Windows or Mac clients.
Yes. Veriato Investigator allows you to configure the recording settings and disable the recording of any of the activity types you desire.
Not all features are available on both platforms.
Veriato Investigator Recorder will work on Mac machines with Mac OS® 10.9, 10.10 and 10.11 using a 64-bit Intel processor.
No. By default Veriato Investigator runs silently, but can be configured to run openly, if desired.
You can configure the recordings to remain on the computer being recorded and review the recordings remotely using Veriato Investigator’s Remote Viewer. Alternately, recordings can be configured to be stored on a central Data Vault computer, reviewing those recordings either from the Data Vault computer or remotely using the Remote Viewer.
If managed, no. The amount of daily disk storage required for each computer being recorded will generally only range from between 2 and 20 megabytes per day, depending upon the types of events being recorded. Should you choose to centrally store this data on the Data Vault computer, you have the option to Archive the data older than a specified age and delete the original data, preserving disk space.