Employee Monitoring, Productivity

Monitoring Employees In A Remote Workplace

On-Demand Webinar

Many companies today are allowing employees to work remotely. A full third of companies allow some employees to work from home, with up to 25% of Americans telecommuting at least once a week.

With new communication technologies, remote employees are fully enabled to get their job done, no matter where they are. But how do we monitor remote employees? Watch as Insider Threat expert, Nick Cavalancia from Techvangelism discuss:

  • The challenges of gauging productivity
  • Measurable results
  • Connectivity to the office
  • Application specific activity
  • How long to measure
  • What comparisons should be made
  • Measuring productivity with User Activity Monitoring

 

Nick Cavalancia

Nick Cavalancia

Chief Techvangelist

Nick Cavalancia has over 20 years of enterprise IT experience, 10 years as a tech marketing executive and is an accomplished technology writer, consultant, trainer, speaker, and columnist.

Patrick Knight

Patrick Knight

Senior Director of Cyber Strategy and Technology

Patrick is a leader in actionable UAM and UEBA helping industries identify and protect against insider threats. He has spent 12 years in the U.S. Intelligence Community helping to protect the country. Since 2001 he has worked for major security leaders developing technologies and guiding online security policies.

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Employee Monitoring Resources

The Human Centric Approach to Data Loss Prevention

The Human Centric Approach to Data Loss Prevention

In today’s work-from-anywhere organization, a data loss prevention (DLP) strategy is more essential than ever. A critical part of DLP strategy is to understand the intent behind why people move files, email spreadsheets, print documents and upload files outside your...

Strengthening Your Insider Risk Program

Strengthening Your Insider Risk Program

Insider risk has increased 47% in the past two years. Theft, data leakage, hacking - insider risk is a real threat to your bottom line. It comes from employees and others granted access to your internal systems, and most companies do not have the technology or...