Workforce Cyber Intelligence is a new approach to enterprise data collection and analysis that focuses on understanding how, when, why, where and for how long employees and third parties interact with data, machines, applications and their peers as they perform their job responsibilities to create a safer, smarter and more secure enterprise.
Workforce Cyber Intelligence is designed for today’s modern, distributed workforce model. It provides complete visibility into user and account activity, keeping all data anonymous to protect privacy and only shining a light on abnormal or inefficient behaviors that indicate risks and areas for operational improvement.
Employees have the right to know that personal activities and behaviors that don't directly increase organizational risk, cause cultural conflict, or limit successful operations remain private and anonymous.
The workforce is an organization's greatest asset and biggest risk. It's never been more important to protect employees from exploitation by external attackers while also limiting the risk they pose as trusted insiders. The erosion of the cyber-perimiter and accelerated shift to virtual workforce models necessitate a new approach that baselines activities and behaviours will protect employees by highlighting anomalies.
Monitoring the workforce to identify non productive employees is counterproductive and creates a culture of mistrust. The focus must shift to learning from the workforce by observing employees' interactions with data, systems and machines and using that intelligence to improve performance.
Workforce Cyber Intelligence data can help organizations identify employees at risk of burn-out.
Workforce Cyber Intelligence reveals why employees are using enterprise assets to help IT and procurement teams understand what’s working and what’s not.
Identify patterns of behavior to prevent threats before they become realized risks.
Protect WFH employees beyond corporate firewalls or network proxies.
Workforce Cyber Intelligence informs conversations about individual performance, professional development, and growth strategies.
Measure team performance to aid planning.
Understand malicious intent long before traditional DLP measures are triggered.
Anonymize data to satisfy GDPR requirements.
Identify the personal online activities that put the enterprise at risk – while protecting employee privacy.
Enable monitoring possible without violating trust or privacy.
How do you protect your organization against data loss, while enabling your workforce to be productive and showing respect for their privacy?
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