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Insider Threat

Deep collection and forensics for
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Insider Threat Defined

Insider threats occur when a past or present employee or business partner maliciously uses access to an organization's IT systems, intellectual property, or any other valuable data. The insider threat may use the data to commit fraud, sabotage the organization, or outright steal proprietary data. Insider threats can also come from user negligence or compromised accounts. 

Why is Insider Threat Detection Important?

Today’s damaging breaches are rooted in people-based vulnerabilities. You must protect data and guard your most critical systems against the broad spectrum of insiders, including accidental, compromised and malicious users. Forcepoint Insider Threat identifies the riskiest insiders in your environment and empowers your teams to confidently investigate and remediate the threat.

Forcepoint Insider Threat Brochure

"We had an issue with an employee. He was trying to gain access to some customer data but was prevented from doing so using Forcepoint. I wasn’t expecting Forcepoint to detect such a detailed test but it did. My manager and upper management are very happy about this high level of quality from Forcepoint."

Ahmet Taskeser, Senior SIMM Leader, Finansbank


Stop Data Loss

Detect insider threats and prevent data loss using data-aware user analytics combined with data loss prevention of Forcepoint DLP.

Identify Threats to Critical Systems

Monitor critical systems and analyze related user actions for potential fraud or cyber sabotage.

Prove Intent of User Actions

Investigate and remediate users with a rich archive of user actions and live video replay that gives the content needed to prove intent.

Full Visibility to Privileged Users

The most complete view of users who interact with intellectual property and sensitive systems, as well as an archive of their actions.