Top 8 User Activity Monitoring Tools
CyberArk Privileged Access ManagerObserveITTeramindEkran SystemTSFactory RecordTSFortscaleActivTrackAWS CloudTrail
It is useful for protecting passwords. If you need to do access security management, you can first use the CyberArk console, and after that, you can connect the firewall interface or firewall command line. Similarly, if you need to do an RDP session, you need to first log in to CyberArk before connecting to the Windows RDP session. This way, the admin doesn't know the password, and that password is changed immediately. To change the password, you first discover the old password in the network, and after that, you can change the password.
ObserveIT is small, easy to use, easy to deploy, and is not complicated, so it's more generally suited for only SMBs. It's a good value with a cheaper price.
Screen recording and keylogging to discover suspicious user behavior is the most valuable feature. Ekran uses a combination of easy-to-analyze video record and searchable text metadata representing activity details like application name, active window title, URL address, commands with parameters, and more.
We have used the Remote Desktop Protocol (RDP) and Citrix session recording features, and have found them to be extremely valuable.
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