ObserveIT OverviewUNIXBusinessApplication

ObserveIT is the #2 ranked solution in our list of top User Activity Monitoring tools. It is most often compared to Teramind: ObserveIT vs Teramind

What is ObserveIT?

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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ObserveIT Customers

Coca Cola, Allianz, Premiere League, Xerox, AIG, Cigna, Starbucks, Revlon, Toshiba, Nissan and more.

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Cyber Security Leader at a tech services company with 201-500 employees
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Good value, easy to use, and easy to deploy

What is our primary use case?

The biggest and strongest use case is to monitor the behavior patterns, in terms of any malicious activity, like downloading unauthorized files from the internet.

Pros and Cons

  • "ObserveIT is small, easy to use, easy to deploy, and is not complicated, so it's more generally suited for only SMBs. It's a good value with a cheaper price."
  • "ObserveIT is not scalable and it's not for the medium to large corporations. It's for the smaller environments. For the larger corporations, we have other scalable solutions."

What other advice do I have?

ObserveIT is small, easy to use, easy to deploy, and is not complicated, so it's more generally suited for only SMBs. It's a good value at a cheaper price. For the SMB industry, I would it rate seven or eight out of ten. That's because of its ease of use, it is very easy to deploy and administer, and it is affordable from a market perspective. Overall, it gives a consistent and really good return on investment. But it's not for the larger corporations at all.