User Activity Monitoring

Fighting Recidivism of High-Risk Offenders With Veriato

How Can Veriato Cerebral Employee Monitoring Software Stop Parolees from Repeating Their Crimes?

Veriato Insider Threat solutions provide visibility and alerts to user risks as they access computers and mobile devices. Whether searching for or sending violent or inappropriate content or communicating with individuals in violation of release conditions, Veriato will provide the context behind those infractions or verify that those under community supervision adhere to their release guidelines, even providing geofencing capabilities to ensure public safety is met.

By Collaborating With Employers And Providing Strong Monitoring, Parole Officers Can Ensure Optimal Release Conditions

Without online monitoring, many parolees would be unable to secure employment. By collaborating with employers and providing strong monitoring, parole officers can ensure release conditions are met and those under community supervision can more easily obtain jobs and reenter society. Detailed alerts and reporting of online activities give the supervisors immediate notification of violations and thorough reports to validate that release conditions are met.

Veriato Helps Companies Like AJ Monitoring Get To The Data They Need, When And How They Need It

“Some of the other solutions, record about half of what we need,” said Justin Petersen, Owner/Operator, AJ Monitoring, LLC. “Maybe I’ll only get logs for 30 days and don’t have an option to keep them longer. Or, if I want that option using their server, it’s going to cost me $10,000 more because I want more screenshots. Veriato gives us the freedom to choose exactly what data we need and how we want it.”

In the ever-changing world of Windows and Mac products and computers, AJ Monitoring was impressed at how fast Veriato keeps up with these changes.

“In my job, there can’t be a gap in service,” said Petersen. “You’re not going to get better support with anyone else, as quickly and efficiently as Veriato responds to them.”

AJ Monitoring is able to generate clean, easy-to-read reporting through Veriato’s intuitive console. The product also gives them control and flexibility on what data is reported.

“Probation officers actually don’t want a lot of information on these reports – they rely on us to filter through to what’s important,” said Petersen. “The way that Veriato auto generates custom reports is perfect. It allows me to specify “I want all logs from the 25th of this month to go into this folder.” That allows my staff to generate what officers are looking for without having to wade through unnecessary information.”

Veriato’s screen capture records everything AJ Monitoring needs, and how often they need it. Video playback of screen activity lets AJ Monitoring see exactly what happened, in context. There are fewer gray areas – nothing is more effective than pictures.

Insider Risk – How Prepared Are You?

Not every company is equally prepared to deal with insider risk. This report outlines the four stages of insider risk maturity and explores how to improve your insider risk preparedness.

Employee Monitoring Resources

University – Monitoring Staff and Students

University – Monitoring Staff and Students

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Law – HR Manager Monitoring Staff

Law – HR Manager Monitoring Staff

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Law – Suspicious About Working With Competition

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