Aletheia Solution for:
Insider’s Threat Detection & Prevention
Aletheia™ helps organizations protect themselves and their assets with a quick (takes minutes) and reliable (95% accurate) risk assessment of personnel from hire to exit, as well as 3rd parties, such as subcontractors, suppliers, and business partners.
Eye-Minders proprietary scoring techniques provide a quantifiable measure of an organization’s human risk exposure, relating to the likelihood of a cybersecurity event occurring as a result of human activity.
These scores are calculated based on input from end-user assessment responses. It provides organizations with the ability to identify end users who - based on their role, attitude, and behaviors - may have a higher propensity to undertake unsecure work practices, and proactively take countermeasures to protect the organization.
Protect organization and its assets: Can be deployed in the proactive risk mitigation strategy (risk assessment & incident response) of the organization. Addresses the insider threats, helping to reduce loss of productivity and damage to brand, reputation & IP.
Improve employee compliance: 85% of breaches involves a human element – either malicious or well-intended ill-advised employee.
Reports by Department:
Main Issues Identified
Identified threats but didn’t report, other none-compliance issues
Data sharing with unauthorized people, other none-compliance issues
Usage of organization’s systems for personal needs
Reduce bad hiring - mistakes in hiring & inadequate compliance of employees can lead to immense costs.
Easy to Use
No Cultural or Linguistic Barriers
Credible & Accurate
How is the questionnaire built?
Eye-Minders customizes the questions in collaboration with all the relevant stake holders of the customer.
What is the nature of the questions?
No personal questions. The questions are short, simple and identical for all responders.
How do we prevent bias?
A pre-recorded questionnaire in the examinee's language is used. The assessment is technology based (without an examiner), thus it is objective and non-judgmental.