Defense Contractor


Protecting Against Insider Threats is More Than a Good Idea

Meet mandates around identifying, rectifying, and responding to Insider Threats with Veriato.

Many public sector agencies, including civilian government contractors, manage sensitive data that requires special classification and amplified access monitoring specifically for insider threats. The National Industrial Security Program Operating Manual (DoD 5220.22-M) mandates federal contractors implement an insider threat program, which includes the monitoring of user activity to detect both potential and active insider threats.

To meet these requirements, they need solutions in place with visibility into all user interaction with sensitive and classified data – regardless of the application.


How Veriato Helps

Protect, Prevent, and Remediate Insider Threats with Veriato

Veriato helps contractor organizations of all kinds ensure the security of Information Systems and sensitive data through both predictive leading indicators based on user behavior, and detailed, contextual, rich logging of all user activity – both inside applications dealing with IP, as well as any other application. Veriato’s two-prong approach provides complete visibility into the individual actions of each user, while maintaining the privacy of employees.

Veriato’s unmatched visibility into user activity serves as the basis for behavioral analytics and activity monitoring, which together provide accurate early detection of both potential and active threats.


How Veriato Works

Veriato is endpoint-based, which ensures organizations have complete visibility into user behavior, regardless of application. By creating an audit trail that spans the entirety of a user’s activity – which includes application and resource usage, communications, web activity, and more – detection of threats (both analytics- and action-based), investigations, and contextual response is simplified.

Veriato CEREBRL watching Watching

Cerebral continually watches all user behaviors on every Windows workstation and server, MAC and Android device. It monitors all files, application, emails, chats, internet and network usage, psycholinguistics and more.

Veriato CEREBRAL analyzing Analyzing

Cerebral develops a dynamic digital fingerprint for every user and group. It continually watches for significant variation from the baseline indicating a possible threat.

Additionally, Cerebral analyzes IP addresses and geolocations looking for signs of stolen credentials and rogue network access.

iVeriato CEREBRAL alerting ALERTING

Rapid reaction to a breach is key to minimizing the damage. As soon as an anomaly is detected, Cerebral alerts the security team so that immediate action can be taken.

Alerting also minimizes the workload of the IT team who can focus on other issues, until an alert is sounded.

iVeriato CEREBRAL seeing Seeing

Speed of remediation is governed by your ability to determine exactly what’s happening. Veriato’s Time-Capsule DVR gives you an immediate video view into the actual on-screen actions at any endpoint. Look back in time to see what that employee did 5 minutes ago, 5 hours ago or 5 weeks ago.

iVeriato CEREBRAL reacting Reacting

When a breach occurs, keeping the compromised data from leaving the facility is job one.

The direct visibility that Cerebral provides, allows you to take action rapidly and with 100% confidence, while providing the visual evidence crucial for remediation, as well as criminal and legal action.

Veriato’s unmatched visibility into user activity serves as the basis for behavioral analytics and activity monitoring, which together provide accurate early detection of both potential and active threats.

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Maintain and Demonstrate Compliance

Here are just some of the ways Veriato assists to meet governmental insider threat standards:

Monitor user activity to detect indicators of insider threat behaviorInsures the security and confidentiality of customer records and information

NISPOM 8-100

MIdentify activity indicative of a potential or actual insider threat

NISPOM 1-202

Detect users that pose a risk and mitigate the risk of an insider threat

NISPOM 1-202a

Provide relevant security records for review by Federal Agencies

NISPOM 1-205

Perform self-inspection and report on the effectiveness of security controls

NISPOM 1-207

Provide context to clarify or resolve potential insider threat matters

NISPOM 1-300