Security Awareness Training
Dark Web Monitoring
Dark web monitoring is a process of identifying exposed user data that could be taken advantage of for a cyber attack. This includes data such as passwords, financial information, and personal details.
Dark web monitoring can be used to detect data breaches, identify cyber criminals, and protect against identity theft. It can also help organizations to assess their risk of exposure to a cyber attack. By regularly scanning the dark web, organizations can detect threats in advance and take steps to mitigate the risks.
Policy Management offers a streamlined way to keep track of employee approvals, ensuring that all employees have access to the most up-to-date versions of policies. Policy Management also provides an easy way to view and compare different versions of policies, making it simpler to understand changes and ensure compliance.
In addition, Policy Management provides a dashboard that managers can use to view employee approvals and track progress. By centralizing policy approvals and offering a comprehensive view of policy changes, Policy Management makes it easier to maintain compliance and simplify the management of employee approvals.
Human Risk Scoring
Human risk scoring is a valuable tool for companies in order to track and manage employee risk. By fusing all reporting metrics into one easy-to-digest tracker, companies are able to identify areas of improvement and take necessary steps to protect their employees.
Human risk scoring also allows for transparency among employees, as they are able to see where the company stands in terms of employee safety. In addition, human risk scoring provides a comprehensive view of employee risks, making it an essential part of any company’s risk management strategy.
In-Depth Risk Analytics
In-depth risk analytics is critical to understanding human cyber risk. By digging deeper into user performance profiles, trends and custom segments, organizations can more accurately identify which users pose the greatest risk to the organization.
In addition, in-depth risk analytics can help organizations understand where their risks lie and how to mitigate them. With the ever-changing landscape of cyber threats, in-depth risk analytics is an essential tool for any organization looking to protect its data and assets.