Employees, burnouts, and bankruptcy: How to monitor the emotions and health of your employees — Part 1 — CyberForged

Mysterious Timeline

Data, data, and more data

Monitor to improve

  • Based on anomalies: In this type of monitoring, we look for anomalies in the processes that are usually followed. For example, if an employee usually goes to the cafeteria every day to take a break, but for a whole week does not do so, does that mean that his department is in a working peak and we should try to ensure that the workers in that department have some advantage (I.e., extra vacations) when the peak is over?
  • Signature-based: In this type of monitoring, you look for a pattern that you know in advance is disruptive: Why has an external employee gone into a room with confidential, internal-only documents? It is about looking for events that match predefined patterns that can cause damage to the company.
  • Public spaces in the company building.
  • Entry and exit of employees and, above all, non-employees.
  • Data travelling through and out of our network.
  • Resources requested by departments, trying to look for bad or rare practices.
  • The motivation of conversations and emotions.

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Miguel Angel Diaz Bautista

Miguel Angel Diaz Bautista

A computer science engineer, with an extensive background in balancing cybersecurity with bussiness.