ObserveIT is trusted by the top advanced manufacturers, defense contractors and semiconductor companies
Advanced manufacturing, defense and semiconductor organizations have critical IP that’s core to their operations. NISPOM Change 2 drives scrutiny on insiders dealing with classified and confidential information on any corporate system.
Lean security and IT teams often face difficulties investigating incidents quickly using siloed technical controls, and are in crisis-mode when security solutions impact critical systems. ObserveIT’s lightweight Insider Threat management platform provides visibility into both user and data activity, detecting suspicious insider activity and speeding investigations by 10x or more. Meet your data loss, user monitoring and incident response challenges while complying with industry mandates through ObserveIT.
Since 2007, one-quarter of all cyberattacks reported as financial crimes are believed to have been conducted by state-sponsored threats.
The Insider Threat at Manufacturing Organizations
Insiders often target manufacturing organizations for their mission-critical trade secrets, patents, academic research, and more. ObserveIT helps identify suspicious user activity and data movement — even when users are sponsored and influenced by nation-states. ObserveIT provides insight into user actions with critical data, legacy systems and manufacturing processes. Using ObserveIT, security teams can quickly investigate incidents and share information with other stakeholders including HR, legal and more.
WE HELP PROTECT SOME OF THE TOP MANUFACTURING, DEFENSE AND SEMICONDUCTOR FIRMS IN THE WORLD.
Learn About Insider Threat From The Experts
Reading Time: 3 minutes TL;DR: Budweiser’s parent company Anheuser-Busch claims that an insider stole valuable IP about its recipes and provided it to rival Molson Coors. This case points to the importance of employing user and data activity monitoring to quickly identify and investigate potential Insider Threat incidents. What do beer and Insider Threats have in common? Much more […]