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The biggest security problem today is people. Insiders are responsible for 90% of security incidents, per the 2015 Verizon DBIR Report. Organizations need to manage security risk from vendors, privileged users and high-risk users. ObserveIT captures video playback of policy violations and comprehensive metadata related to what people are doing, with this information, you can easily search and see what happened without translating logs or investigating across multiple systems.
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Veriato Recon a User and Entity Behavior Analytics that combines machine learning and advanced statistical analysis to uncover indicators of compromise traditional preventative security measures. The software learns the behavior patterns in your company, and evaluates changes versus historical self and peer groups. All changes in behavior are identified in near real-time, and compared to sensitivity settings you control for prioritization. Automatically, alerts are triggered on anomalies most indicative of insider threat in an organization, and rich activity data is stored for rapid review.
ObserveIT is ranked 10th in User Behavior Analytics - UEBA with 1 review while Veriato is ranked 24th in User Behavior Analytics - UEBA. ObserveIT is rated 8.0, while Veriato is rated 0.0. The top reviewer of ObserveIT writes "Good value, easy to use, and easy to deploy". On the other hand, ObserveIT is most compared with Teramind, CyberArk Privileged Access Manager, Varonis Datalert, Ekran System and Symantec Privileged Access Manager, whereas Veriato is most compared with Teramind.
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