Financial Institutions face unique circumstances because nearly all employees interact with very sensitive and valuable data daily.
Identifying indicators of fraud, theft, and even violence is crucial but requires specialized behavioral analysis.
For a human (or team of humans), to identify one person who occasionally does something unusual or risky is like trying to find a needle in a haystack. Worse yet, because financial institutions employees are always handling sensitive financial data, it’s like finding a needle in a silver-colored haystack!
Finding the Needle
Veriato Cerebral’s insider threat intelligence platform includes AI-based User Behavior Analytics, which provides a 24/7 analysis of every person on your corporate network. Cerebral looks for any behavioral anomalies that could indicate a possible threat (including violent behavior), and provides immediate alerts for the security team to investigate.
Additionally the Cerebral creates a risk score for all employees, showing a daily list of high risk employees and contractors. Security teams can now proactively investigate individuals before real damage is done.
Additionally, Veriato Cerebral is constantly recording all onscreen activity, for all users.
When an alert is sounded, security teams can immediately review the screenshot video from 5 minutes (or 5 weeks) ago and understand exactly what the employees intent was and allowing the security team to gather evidence and take immediate action.
Because Cerebral analyzes and records all endpoint activity, customized reports can pull any data to demonstrate compliance. Audit trails, reports, and notifications simplify the process of reporting while strengthening your control of sensitive data.
Insures the security and confidentiality of customer records and information
Provides notification of unauthorized access or disclosure
Creates a comprehensive audit trail across every application
23 NYCRR 500
Protects against any anticipated threats to financial records
16 CFR Part 314
Monitors non-public data for unauthorized use, misuse, or tampering
23 NYCRR 500
Assesses internal controls for use in an annual control report