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  • Companies' Worst Hacking Threat May Be Their Own Workers

    Bloomberg Businessweek

    September 2014

    Bloomberg Businessweek

    While attention has been drawn recently to outsiders suspected of attacking companies such as Home Depot Inc. (HD:US) and JPMorgan Chase & Co. (JPM:US), Shahulhameed’s case illustrates the growing threat from within. U.S. companies and organizations suffered $40 billion in losses from unauthorized use of computers by employees last year, according to SpectorSoft Corp. based in Vero Beach, Florida, which develops software that companies can use to monitor Internet activity of their workers.

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  • FBI, DHS Warn of Surge in Insider Threats from Disgruntled Employees

    eSecurityPlanet

    September 2014

    eSecurity Planet

    The FBI and the U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS) recently warned of an increase in insider threats from disgruntled current and former employees. The alert notes that in many of these cases, the theft of proprietary information was facilitated through personal email accounts and cloud storage services like Dropbox. In other cases, employees installed unauthorized remote desktop protocol (RDP) software to enable access after they were fired.

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  • Most Enterprises Helpless Against Insider Threats: Survey

    eChannelLine

    September 2014

    eChannelLine

    Security vendor SpectorSoft has announced the results of a survey of 355 IT professionals regarding their experiences with the prevention and detection of insider threats within their organizations. The survey revealed an overwhelming majority of organizations are unable to detect or deter insider threats, leaving them vulnerable to fraud, data breaches and IP theft.

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  • Insiders Pose Risk Of Theft, Fines And Sabotage

    Third Certainty

    September 2014

    Third Certainty

    Larcenous and disgruntled employees pose a major business threat, a gaping exposure that continues to go largely unaddressed. That axiom, highlighted by Edward Snowden’s grand theft of National Security Agency spying documents, is resonating far and wide among those responsible for securing company networks, according to industry reports.

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  • Most Enterprises Can't Detect Or Deter Insider Threats

    eSecurityPlanet

    September 2014

    eSecurity Planet

    A recent survey of 355 IT professionals has found that 59 percent of respondents don't have the ability to detect insider threats, and 61 percent say they're unable to deter them. The survey, sponsored by SpectorSoft, also found that 61 percent of respondents don't feel adequately prepared to respond to insider threats. Thirty-five percent of respondents reported that they had already experienced an insider attack—41 percent of those attacks involved financial fraud, and 49 percent of them involved a data leak.

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  • When A Data Breach Is An Inside Job

    Yahoo Finance

    September 2014

    Yahoo Finance

    While companies can spend millions on their IT security systems to prevent cyberattacks and other common security risks, they may be fighting a losing battle if their worst enemy already has the password and unrestricted access to their systems. While breaches and other security events from external causes are difficult to detect, tracking insider attacks might be an even bigger obstacle. A new report about insider threats in organizations brings to light the challenge of controlling for security risks that are due to malicious intentions or mistakes.

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  • Study: Organizations Lack Training, Budget To Thwart Insider Threats

    SCMagazine

    August 2014

    SC Magazine

    The Edward Snowden leaks brought insider threats to the forefront of risks and challenges posed to organizations, but more than one year after the exemplary case enterprises still aren't equipped to handle such incidents, according to a recent study.

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  • Jason Judge Again Makes Redmond List of "Execs To Keep An Eye On"

    May 2011

    For the second consecutive year, Redmond Magazine lists Jason Judge as one of its 'Top Third-part Execs To Keep An Eye On, ' describing the SpectorSoft CEO as an executive who made an impact on the IT industry this year. Considered by many to be the voice of all things IT, Redmond Magazine notes Judge is guiding SpectorSoft to help IT admins everywhere enforce HR and other corporate policies concerning what is appropriate web surfing and what corporate data can or cannot be disclosed.

  • SPECTOR 360 Key to Catching Inappropriate Use of Agency Laptop

    Feb 2011

    A senior public servant in Australia was fired from his position with the Commonwealth Department of Resources, Energy, and Tourism for viewing pornography on his government agency-owned laptop after work hours. SPECTOR 360's powerful screen snapshots function permitted management to view the user's computer history like playing back a video. In addition, the SpectorSoft program's keyword alerts feature was instrumental in uncovering image searches the Department considered off limits.

  • SpectorSoft CEO Jason Judge a Redmond "Exec to Watch"

    December 2010

    In a year-end feature highlighting '10 Third-Part Execs to Watch,' Redmond Magazine includes SpectorSoft CEO Jason Judge as one of the executives "who have made an impact on the IT industry" and "one of the folks with bold ideas."

  • CIO Update: SpectorSoft Solutions "Do Everything"

    October 2010

    In an article entitled 'How to Keep Track of Employee Social Media Usage,' writer Pam Baker suggests that companies faced with a 'runaway staff of tweeters' and a wave of other social media misbehavior might do well to look into monitoring software to help stem the tide.

  • PROCESSOR Suggests Back Your AUP with SPECTOR 360

    October 2010

    Dan Heilman of PROCESSOR mentions the need to "guide employees concerning the use of storage space and bandwidth" using an updated and communicated Acceptable Use Policy, backed by a monitoring program like SPECTOR 360.

  • Network World Calls eBLASTER Mobile 'Intriguing'

    September 2010

    In Network World's 'Products of the Week' roundup, Ellen Messmer calls eBLASTER Mobile for BlackBerry "intriguing."

  • Security Matters: eBLASTER Mobile 'Critical' Monitoring Solution

    September 2010

    Paul Grossinger writes that eBLASTER Mobile for BlackBerry gives business owners a critical way to monitor and prevent data theft, text abuse, and policy violations.

  • SPECTOR PRO 'Among the Best' for Small Business

    September 2010

    Employers of small businesses needn't sacrifice powerful monitoring features just because they aren't major enterprises. According to Boosh News – an online source for IT, Hi-Tech, Science, Medicine and Architecture information – SPECTOR PRO offers comprehensive monitoring features that are easy to use.

  • SPECTOR 360 'Would Have Captured Every Detail' in Apple Scandal

    August 2010

    The International Business Times, in reporting on the details of an Apple supply chain kickback probe, quotes PC World's Tony Bradley as saying that SpectorSoft's company-wide monitoring and analysis solution, SPECTOR 360, could have thwarted the unethical behavior at its source. In addition, the award-winning software would have provided extensive details to facilitate an investigation 'at the push of a button.'

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  • SpectorSoft Featured in Wall Street Journal's 'Monitoring the Monitors'

    August 2010

    SpectorSoft customer Ajax Boiler, Inc. has found company-wide monitoring with SPECTOR 360 to be a great advantage on more than one occasion, as described in Sarah E. Needleman's article in the August 16 issue of The Wall Street Journal. Noting it is a 'stronger oversight' required in today's business world, Needleman also writes that many business owners are coming to the conclusion that monitoring software is "a good management tool" that "affords a level of protection."

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  • PC World: SPECTOR 360 Software Could Have Saved Day

    August 2010

    When a global supply chain manager for Apple was arrested for allegedly accepting more than $1 million in bribes and kickbacks, PC World covered the story and in addition, noted that use of SPECTOR 360 could have gone a long way towards saving the day. Author Tony Bradley writes using monitoring software does not have to mean being 'Big Brother' or a spy, but that it gives IT admins the tools to quickly detect and identify suspicious behavior before it becomes a 'federal case.'

  • New SPECTOR 360 Release Supports Mac Clients

    August 2010

    As noted by Editorial Director James E. Powell in Enterprise Systems Journal, the newest release of SPECTOR 360 was developed in response to customer request and the increased use of Macs in business. SPECTOR 360 allows businesses and organizations to monitor and record both Windows and Mac OS computers.

  • Channelpro: SpectorSoft Intros Security and Productivity Analysis

    July 2010

    Designed to help SpectorSoft Partners "break into new accounts and immediately gain credibility," the SPECTOR 360 Security and Productivity Analysis is free to company Partners. The Channel tool provides the customer with a "short-term analysis of employee productivity and computer and application usage."

  • FOX Reports SPECTOR PRO Helps 'Keep Tabs on Employees'

    July 2010

    FOX journalist Donna Fuscaldo writes that the Internet has broken barriers to conducting business worldwide, but it can also impede productivity in the workplace. To help with the compulsion to "sneak a peek at Facebook, Twitter, or shop online," small business owners can use SPECTOR PRO to monitor what employees are doing during the work day.

  • VAR Guy: SPECTOR 360 Analyzes Corporate Environments

    July 2010

    For VARs looking to take advantage of offering a powerful, yet no-charge look into their customers' computer networks, David Courbanou – the VAR Guy – says SpectorSoft's SPECTOR 360 Productivity and Productivity Analysis is a good choice.

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  • SpectorSoft's Sharon Woolley Again Makes CRN List

    July 2010

    As part of CRN's annual Women of the Channel report, the prestigious print and online magazine selects the female channel executives from solution providers and vendors that "carry the most clout." Channel Marketing Communications Director Sharon Woolley again makes the 100 most influential Women of the Channel for 2010.

  • NetworkWorld Slideshow Highlights SPECTOR CNE Version 7

    July 2010

    Featuring unsurpassed ability to conduct focused investigations or random spot checks of employee PC use on Windows networks, the newest version of SPECTOR CNE Investigator also boasts streamlined configuration and deployment as well as an enhanced Control Center and profile-based recorder settings.

  • FOX Business Online - Web Surfing for Pleasure

    July 26 2010

    FOX Business online Small Business Center recommends Spector Pro as a way to monitor what workers are doing during the work day. "Surfing the Web can be a legitimate part of the job, but it can also be a big time waster for workers. To keep employees on track, small business owners can buy software that monitors Internet use. SpectorSoft sells its SpectorPro software geared toward home and small office users… The software also has a DVR-like play back, which means you can rewind and play what is on the computer. The software is available for both PCs and Macs."

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  • SPECTOR 360 Tracks 'NSFW' (Not Safe for Work) Content

    June 2010

    CSO Online, noting that the article by Joan Goodchild also appeared in CIO, NetworkWorld, and PCWorld, discusses what at-work online behavior crosses the line of acceptability, and discusses what measures can be used to detect and eliminate it when it occurs. SPECTOR 360 is proposed as a powerful countermeasure, and real-world success story at the Hanley Center is highlighted.

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  • ProSecurityZone: SPECTOR 360 Popular and Growing in Europe

    June 2010

    Underscoring the increased adoption of corporate monitoring and surveillance solutions throughout Europe, SpectorSoft announced several SPECTOR 360 customer wins, including a major UK Law Enforcement Agency. As reported by ProSecurityZone.com, the Agency deploys SPECTOR 360 across 9,000 client computers at nearly 200 locations across Great Britain.

    Read the UK Law Enforcement Agency Success Story
  • SpectorSoft Solutions Can Eliminate Distractions That Erode Profits

    June 2010

    Events such as the World Cup erode business profitability, productivity, and corporate security in five major areas, but monitoring with powerful products such as SPECTOR 360 or SPECTOR CNE can go a long way to minimizing or eliminating the drain. The five areas, as identified by SpectorSoft: Excessive viewing of matches, new, and highlights via the Internet; Increased Facebook discussions; Spikes and bandwidth drains on corporate networks; Online gambling and sporting bets placed during work hours; Event-related email scams that can infect corporate computers.

  • SPECTOR 360, Hanley Center Featured in 'Strategies for Healthcare'

    May 2010

    A KMWorld article authored by Judith Lamont, Ph.D. notes that 'a significant portion of healthcare information governance entails monitoring and controlling the way in which patient information is accessed and shared." To that end, Lamont highlights how SPECTOR 360 monitoring and analysis software successfully helps world-renowned Hanley Center with its highly sensitive addiction rehabilitation privacy issues.

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  • LaptopMag Investigates Monitoring, Notes SpectorSoft Really Works

    May 2010

    Dana Wollman writes that there's a fine line between intermittently checking email and sports scores and stealing from the company. To determine where your employees are in that spectrum, monitoring software like SPECTOR 360, SPECTOR CNE, or SPECTOR PRO can help. Celeste O'Keefe of The DANCEL Group, owner of SPECTOR CNE, is interviewed and provides a hearty recommendation for monitoring in general, and SpectorSoft in particular.

  • Jason Judge, First SpectorSoft CEO, Featured in Florida Trend

    May 2010

    Florida Trend, the premier business magazine in the Sunshine State, reported SpectorSoft's hiring of its first CEO, Jason Judge, formerly chairman and CEO of Boca Raton-based ScriptLogic.

  • KM World - Compliance: Strategies for Healthcare

    May 2010

    Judith Lamont takes a closer look at compliance strategies for the healthcare industry, and the use of Spector 360 monitoring software to track who is viewing or sending documents, communicating internally and externally, and to monitor network activities. "Spector 360 records and archives user activity, including applications that are run, files saved or printed, and e-mails and instant messages that are sent or received. It also provides screenshots of Web sites that are visited, and several dozen standard reports."

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  • Open Minds: Hanley Center Uses SPECTOR 360 To Comply with HIPAA

    April 2010

    Writer Terry Griffin reports that SPECTOR 360 enables Hanley Center, a world renowned alcohol and drug rehabilitation facility in West Palm Beach, Florida, to "identify employee Internet usage patterns and trends, archive business email, and limit unauthorized internal and online activity."

  • CEOWorld Lists eBLASTER as 'Top Best' Remote Monitoring Program

    April 2010

    SpectorSoft's award-winning remote monitoring software program, eBLASTER, available for Windows or Mac, is listed as one of the top best programs for remote monitoring of employees. Writer Bettina Padurano notes eBLASTER is robust and secure for the most demanding businesses, yet easy to install and use.

  • Benefits of SPECTOR CNE Data Detailed in The Wall Street Journal

    April 2010

    Sarah E. Needleman, in The Wall Street Journal article entitled 'Feeling Blue About Pink-Slip Taxes,' writes SPECTOR CNE user Celeste O'Keefe, co-owner of The DANCEL Group in D'Iberville, Miss., used the monitoring program's data to prevent an unnecessary drain on company resources by barring four fired workers from receiving unemployment insurance.

  • SpectorSoft Expert David Green Addresses 'Security, Privacy, and Temptation in the Workplace'

    April 2010

    Writing for (IN) SECURE Magazine, SpectorSoft VP David Green explains how corporations can use monitoring software like SPECTOR 360 to address the all-too common issues of 'cyber-slacking, malware, and data theft' in the workplace. To read the entire article, please click the link below and go to Page 36: "Corporate Monitoring: Addressing Security, Privacy, and Temptation in the Workplace."

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  • Video: IBG Business Services Uses Spector 360 for Compliance and Data Protection

    March 04 2010

    Sarbanes-Oxley (SOX), HIPAA and other privacy regulations require organizations to ensure appropriate levels of protection for their critical information assets. This is especially true for IBG Business Services, one of the leading merger and acquisition (M&A) advisory firms in the nation. This video clip discusses how IBG uses Spector 360 to maintain high levels of security for confidential M&A client data, and enjoy higher levels of productivity from employees who “self manage” their personal activities on company computers.

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  • Network Computing Spotlights New Versions of Spector 360 and Spector Server as “Easy Monitoring”

    February 17 2010

    Network Computing examines new versions of Spector Server and Spector 360 through the eyes of customers who use the products. According to Michael Counes, director of technology and education for the Hanley Center, a nonprofit substance abuse hospital in West Palm Beach, Fla., Spector 360 | 2010 includes better reporting and monitoring and represents “the best overall package for the price." Ski Condy, the quality control and IT administrator for Light Tower Rentals Inc., runs Spector Server on a server that holds $30,000 worth of software, including invoicing and payroll. It helps him monitor activity for 30 remote users who log into the server, which helps the company track 5,000 pieces of rental equipment. Both Spector 360 and Spector Server 2010 editions are available for purchase and run on all Windows networks.

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  • Spector 360 Helps Rein in Web 2.0

    February 01 2010

    This month’s issue of Security Management Magazine explores the impact of social networking tools on business productivity and security, and how Spector 360 helps safeguard against Web 2.0-related threats by continuously monitoring user activity on the desktop. John Zayac, president of IBG Business Services, doesn’t mind employees conducting personal activities during lunch and breaks, but checks Spector 360 on occasion to spot unusual behavior during work hours. When a problem is suspected, Spector 360 lets him quickly and easily “search past data including e-mails and instant messages” to confirm exactly what a user did. “The screen shots were irrefutable,” he says. Spector 360 is credited for reducing concerns about Web 2.0 and other sites. “It acts like a guard rail.”

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  • SpectorSoft Taps Workforce Solutions to Help with Job Expansion and Growth

    December 04 2009

    SpectorSoft is spotlighted as a Featured Employer by Workforce Solutions, for “innovative products, outstanding leadership, and its talented family of employees.” Workforce Solutions is providing recruiting services and online postings to help SpectorSoft “attract and hire talented people within the areas of software programming, customer support, sales, and marketing.” The company is also recognized as being “highly committed to customer service, employee satisfaction, and supporting the local community.”

  • SpectorSoft Helps Companies Minimize Cyber Monday Productivity Losses

    November 03 2009

    Cyber Monday was a $580 million dollar problem for businesses in 2008. Author and analyst Joe McKendrick spotlights the productivity losses that can occur when employees shop online during work hours. SpectorSoft president C. Douglas Fowler notes that “many companies are not prepared for the sudden drain on resources caused by employee online holiday shopping during work hours. When businesses anticipate or experience the loss of revenue and productivity around Cyber Monday and the Holidays, they begin looking for ways to find out exactly what their employees are doing.”

  • Bexhill College Deploys Spector 360 to Monitor Student Web Use and Access to Proxy Servers

    September 25 2009

    Bexhill College in the UK relies on Spector 360 to meet “Duty of Care” compliance obligations and monitor Internet access across as many as 500 computers provided for student use. One of the school’s major concerns is monitoring student access to proxy servers, which is something that content filters couldn’t deal with. “With Spector 360, the first thing I do each day is conduct a search to see if students are going to proxy servers. Spector 360 is so powerful and thorough, it will list and deliver me the users."

  • Nine Ways to Keep Spies at Bay

    April 2009

    In a PC Magazine Blog entry titled “Nine Ways to Keep Spies at Bay”, Mario Morejon lists installing Spector 360 at the top of his suggestions for protecting small business data. Following the frightening news that cyber spies have been able to hack into the U.S. electrical grid, Morejon, asks “How easy would it be for someone to steal your company’s most precious information?” He noted that small businesses may not need severe security policies and expensive software to “keep an eye on employees and intruders.” Instead, he suggests a list of practical alternatives. At the top of his list of nine policy and technology solutions was, “Install employee-monitoring software such as the SpectorSoft's Spector 360, so you can track their activities.” The article linked to a recent review where Spector 360 won PC Magazine’s Editors’ Choice.

    Read the entire Blog entry: http://blogs.pcmag.com/atwork/2009/04/nine_ways_to_keep_spies_at_bay.php

  • BusinessWeek article says SpectorSoft can help “raise red flags” of abuse and waste

    March 2009

    Spector 360 was featured in a BusinessWeek article titled “Tech that Combats Employee Fraud”. The writer, Rachael King, highlighted two SpectorSoft customers who use the monitoring software company’s products to combat employee fraud and Internet abuse. According to the article, “Instances of fraud rise during recessions as employees become financially desperate or disgruntled during tough economic times.” One recent survey found that two-thirds of executives expected accounting fraud to increase during the next two years. King noted, “To help avoid cases of worker fraud, companies are increasingly using monitoring and tracking software.” SpectorSoft customer Thomas Vanderbilt Communications uses the company’s products to monitor financial fraud and adherence to confidentiality agreements it signs with clients. According to the article, “The software, made by SpectorSoft, proved especially valuable when it sniffed out dummy expense reports being created by a new accounts payable clerk.”

    The article also pointed out that during uncertain times employees tend to spend longer “production-sapping” time surfing the Internet for personal reasons. According to King, “Software that monitors keystrokes can potentially find those red flags.” According to one research report, roughly 45 percent of companies monitored computers in 2007 which was up nearly ten percent from 2005. The article noted that SpectorSoft helped one customer, IMV Projects, recoup at least 10 hours of work per year from each of its 650 customers. IMV estimates that the “increased productivity amounts to at least $195,000 per year.”

  • SpectorSoft Named 2009 Hot Companies Finalist

    Business and Technology Integrators Acclaim SpectorSoft Product "XCellence"

    December 2008

    SpectorSoft's Spector 360 employee monitoring software received the XCellence Award for "Best Software Solution" at the Everything Channel XChange Tech Innovators event Nov. 17-19 in San Jose, CA. The XCellence Awards measure overall Business and Technology Integrator perceptions of Vendor products. XChange XCellence Award winners are selected by top Solution Providers and honor the companies with the most exceptional products and technologies. "Spector 360 has been the subject of considerable excitement at all of the Everything Channel events we've attended, so this honor is not only a great positive affirmation, but also a natural progression for this standout product," said Sharon Woolley, Director of Channel Sales at SpectorSoft. "Spector 360 truly impresses everyone who spends the time to learn more about it." Spector 360 has been nominated for this distinction on two previous occasions.

  • eWeek's "Channel Insider" calls New Spector 360 "Very Powerful"

    November 2008

    According to eWeek’s Frank Ohlhorst, "Once installed and configured, Spector 360 proves to be a very powerful tool, thanks in part to the product’s comprehensive reports. Administrators can generate reports for each machine monitored or roll those reports up into a department level report. Charts, graphs and detailed information are readily available in many of the reports, making it easy to identify trends or identify areas that may need additional focus." Ohlhorst’s review of the new Spector 360 appeared in eWeek’s Channel Insider on Nov 24, 2008. Ohlhorst noted, "The latest version of Spector 360 adds some new features that most employers will find appealing. For example, the product’s data handling capacity has been increased to meet the needs of large, multi-site organizations, such as school districts or government agencies."

    Ohlhorst started the review with valuable commentary about the issues associated with employee monitoring and productivity, “When it comes to Internet usage policy, most companies have three choices before them - to block access using filtering, to monitor access for policy violations or to turn a blind eye and hope for the best.” Ohlhorst went into detail on the issues involved in employee monitoring noting, "Further complicating the block/monitor/ignore dilemma is the fact that employee productivity can be greatly impacted by which path is chosen. What’s more, unfettered access to the Internet, e-mail, IM and other technologies could be a legal nightmare in the making, either from an HR point of view or intellectual property point of view. Solution providers may want to consider using another term to characterize monitoring - compliance."

  • Spector 360 Named Best Software Solution

    Business and Technology Integrators Acclaim SpectorSoft Product "XCellence"

    November 2008

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    SpectorSoft’s Spector 360 employee monitoring software received the XCellence Award for "Best Software Solution" at the Everything Channel XChange Tech Innovators event Nov. 17-19 in San Jose, CA. The XCellence Awards measure overall Business and Technology Integrator perceptions of Vendor products. XChange XCellence Award winners are selected by top Solution Providers and honor the companies with the most exceptional products and technologies. "Spector 360 has been the subject of considerable excitement at all of the Everything Channel events we've attended, so this honor is not only a great positive affirmation, but also a natural progression for this standout product," said Sharon Woolley, Director of Channel Sales at SpectorSoft. "Spector 360 truly impresses everyone who spends the time to learn more about it." Spector 360 has been nominated for this distinction on two previous occasions.

  • SpectorSoft's Woolley Named to Top 50 Women in Channel List

    VARBusiness Honors Monitoring Software Leader's Channel Sales Director

    September 16, 2008

    Sharon Woolley, Director of Channel Sales, has been selected to the list of Top 50 Women in the Channel for 2008 by VARBusiness magazine. Woolley was selected from hundreds of nominations and evaluated by Everything Channel editors based on their personal and professional achievements, as well as the amount of influence wielded over the technology channel. The entire list appeared in the August 25 issue of VARBusiness magazine, and is online at ChannelWeb.com. Woolley has more than 30 years experience in the channel, working for such companies as Seagate, Computer Associates, Traveling Software, Ocean Isle Software, Entre’ Computer Center, Command Software, DOS Center, Corporate Software and others.

  • ComputerWorld: Corporations are recognizing the need to deploy surveillance technologies that track what employees are doing

    September 2008

    An IT manager at a mid-sized law firm says his 50 licenses of SpectorSoft's Spector 360 has returned to the firm's HR manager 30-40 per cent of her working hours.

    This is a big improvement over the old monitoring software. Before, if one of the firm's managers asked the HR manager to watch one employee, it would take her "literally days" to provide an answer about the nature of that person's activity "by going through each screenshot and watching it like a movie and seeing what the person was doing," says the IT manager. "It was just tedious and time-consuming,"

    Using the Spector 360 product, she simply sends back an e-mail report produced by the software that details all computer usage of a problem employee. (The IT manager still recommends the executive go through the report carefully to gauge the seriousness of the offences). Managers in that group or department can then, for example, see a keystroke count or what sites were visited over a given time period. Then they can decide if they want to approach the person and take disciplinary action.

  • Spector 360 Wins PC Magazine Editors' Choice

    June 2008

    Spector 360 has been awarded PC Magazine Editors' Choice in a June 2008 review. In awarding the product four and a half stars, author Matthew Sarrel called Spector 360 "better than anything else I have tested" and "mature."

    The in-depth analysis began by discussing why employers should use products like Spector 360 to detect if employees are misusing computing resources noting, "If installed before your problems begin, monitoring software may prevent malfeasance, because employees know they are being watched."

    Sarrel commented that installing Spector 360 was a breeze, "the server components took less than half an hour" and the Client Deployment Utility is a "straightforward, well-documented wizard."

    The article discussed Spector 360's many monitoring features and in-depth reports stating, "The software really began to show its excellence at internal espionage." While discussing Data Loss Prevention, a growing issue that employers face, Sarrel noted, "Talk about an audit trail! The system is powerful enough to uncover data loss by tracking users sending sensitive files as attachments or copying them to removable storage devices such as USB keys, iPods, or CDs." Sarrel also liked Spector 360's unique Keyword Alerts saying, "This feature works well, and alerts were typically e-mailed in a few minutes."

    The reviewer highlighted 360's built in reporting functionality saying, "The product's comprehensive reporting features really make it stand apart from the crowd ... Spector 360 gives you a full-fledged application with plenty of text reports, charts, and graphs. If you've chosen to capture everything, as I recommend, you can slice and dice by application, user, Web sites visited -- almost by anything you can imagine."

    Mr. Sarrel concludes by saying, "I'd be hard-pressed to find any major deficiencies in Spector 360. I've been following this space for years, and I think this is the most mature product in the class. And it's likely to get better."

  • SpectorSoft Certified as "Gold 5-Star" Overall Winner by VARBusiness 2008 Partner Program Guide

    April 2008

    SpectorSoft Corporation's Partner Program was certified as a Gold 5-Star Overall Winner in the VARBusiness 2008 Partner Program Guide. The CMP Channel publication acknowledged the commitment and strength of SpectorSoft's partner program for its Channel resellers, IT integrators, and technology consultants. SpectorSoft was also certified as a Silver 5-Star Winner in the Marketing, Support, Channel Operations, and Partner Recruitment elements of the awards program. Inclusion in the "Gold 5-Star" category places SpectorSoft in good company. Some of last year's winners included CA, Cisco, Citrix, HP, Fujitsu, and IBM.

  • Spector 360 Nominated for Two CMP XChange Tech Innovators Awards

    October 2007

    SpectorSoft's Spector 360 PC and Internet activity monitoring software was one of three finalists for "Best Software Solution" at the CMP XChange Tech Innovators event October 7-9 in Miami, FL. Other nominees included FalconStor, and VMWare.

    At the same event, SpectorSoft's live Spector 360 presentation was nominated by PC solution providers as a finalist for "Best XChange Demonstration." Other nominees included FalconStor, and HP.

    The show's field of nearly 50 vendors included such industry powerhouses as AMD, Citrix, Fujitsu, HP, Lenovo, Lexmark, McAfee, Toshiba, and Xerox.

  • CRN Names Spector 360 One of 14 Hot Products from XChange '07

    September 2007

    Calling SpectorSoft one of the "Standouts" at the CMP XChange '07 conference in Orlando, FL, Computer Reseller News (CRN) placed the company's Spector 360 on its list of "14 Hot Products." According to the editors, "The latest release of its PC monitoring and employee surveillance software adds several features, including the ability to block or allow entire categories of Web sites via centralized policy management and the ability to block specific Internet chat or instant messaging contacts."

  • Reader's Digest Notes that with SpectorSoft "There's Not Anything These Guys Can Get Away With"

    September 2007

    In an article titled "Is Your Boss Spying on You? It's legal, it's happening and it can get you fired," Reader's Digest writer Kim Zetter discusses how more employers are monitoring PCs to protect themselves against lawsuits such as sexual harassment and copyright infringement, as well as to increase security and improve employee productivity.

    The article opens with the story of Ismael Rodriguez, a network analyst for Copier Country, a small New York company that sells photocopiers. According to Zetter, "A few years ago, after a salesman took the firm's customer database when he left for a new job, Rodriguez installed a program on most of the company's computers. The software, made by SpectorSoft, can track and block the websites a user tries to visit and log his or her every keystroke."

    "I can see screen shots of what they do in Yahoo!," Rodriguez says. "I can see what they're typing, whether it's résumés or business-related stuff. The program even keeps track of songs that employees download to their iPod. There's not anything these guys can get away with that I can't see."

  • PC Pro Magazine Awards Spector 360 5 Stars

    July 2007

    Spector 360 has been awarded 5 Stars by PC Pro magazine and received the official "PC Pro Recommended" seal. The review calls Spector 360 "invaluable in detecting computer misuse and security issues." During their evaluation, reviewers found Spector 360 to be "easy to install" and noted that "good security practice means monitoring and reporting is essential."

  • CIO Today Magazine Calls Spector 360 Screen Recording "Nifty"

    July 2007

    In 'Counting Clicks: Monitoring PC Usage at Work' author Sixto Ortiz notes "Employers who are tired of paying employees who fritter their working hours away surfing are increasingly turning to monitoring software to track what employees do with their computers." According to Ortiz, "SpectorSoft's Spector 360, the company's 'flagship' enterprise product, records Web site visits, inbound and outbound e-mail traffic, chats and IM, keystrokes, file transfers, and even documents printed and applications launched. One of the software's niftier features is the ability to screen capture employee activities." He added, "it's hard to deny the effectiveness of photographic evidence: after all, it's awful hard for a gaming addict to argue their case when the boss is armed with full color screen captures."

    The article continues, "Spector 360 stores all this information in a database. Employers who want to see the results can access the information using more than 50 built-in reports. These reports can be used to zero in on a single employee's surfing habits or to provide an overall view of online usage patterns for an entire department or business."

  • Wall Street Journal says SpectorSoft Protects Against Insider Threats

    June 2007

    Wall Street Journal writer Katherine Wegert featured SpectorSoft in a recent article about how important it is for businesses to look at technology that can monitor, filter and block access to inappropriate Web sites, e-mails and instant messaging systems. The WSJ article covered the experience of SpectorSoft's customer, Ajax Boiler Inc.

    Ajax Boiler found one of its 100 employees bringing a rival's proprietary information into their system and another reading the HR manager's e-mail. According to the article, "Both staff members would have escaped notice if it weren't for a recent upgrade to Ajax's security software. The product, made by Vero Beach, FL-based SpectorSoft Corp., essentially records everything employees do on their computers including Web sites they have visited, time spent looking at a site, e-mails they have sent, and more."

    The article, which also appeared in the Associated Press, WSJ.com, BusinessWeek.com, Forbes, and YahooFinance.com, continued: "The greatest risk to company security now comes from within, security analysts say. In the past, the threat has been mostly from spammers and hackers. Employers are increasingly relying on advanced software to protect their systems against the new threats."

  • Chicago Tribune Features SpectorSoft in Story about Workplace Sports Viewing

    March 12, 2007

    Eric Benderoff's Tech Buzz Column talked about how SpectorSoft products can help stem the alarming number of employees who waste time watching the NCAA college basketball tournament while at work. According to Benderoff, "Last year, more than 14 million people watched the tournament. Nearly 80 percent of viewers watched from their office desktops."

    He goes on to talk about the growing trend to use SpectorSoft products as a way to curtail Internet abuse at work and quoted SpectorSoft president Doug Fowler who said, "In 2006, sales to business customers of SpectorSoft software to monitor workplace Web access increased 50 percent." Benderoff continued, "His product can read every e-mail you send, determine how much time you spend at MySpace.com perusing profiles, whether you downloaded any music to your computer and what files you may be putting on a USB drive to take home -- or to a competitor. It even can tell the boss if you're getting to work late and like to leave early." He notes, "So, if you're tempted this year, consider yourself warned."

  • SmartMoney Covers SpectorSoft, Growth of Employee PC Monitoring

    October, 2006

    "Employees have come to expect that their company keeps track of the web sites they visit and the emails they send," according to Aleksandra Todorova in her article "Office Spies." The article notes, "Internet monitoring doesn't end with going through email and a list of visited web sites. Now, thanks to software programs from SpectorSoft, employers can record practically everything employees do on their computers and watch it as if on videotape," says Jay Mellon, vice president at AtNetPlus, a Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio-based IT security consultancy and SpectorSoft Partner.

  • Spector Pro Wins PC Magazine Editors' Choice

    August 3, 2004

    Calling Spector Pro "the best choice," PC Magazine awarded the product with its Editors' Choice for the SECOND time. Spector Pro, the program from which Spector 360 was developed, originally won this honor in July 2002. PC Magazine's Sebastian Rupley noted that Spector Pro has "abundant options for customization - which is great for power users." The magazine also liked both eBlaster and Spector Pro's stealth mode saying, "eBlaster and Spector Pro do the best job of hiding: We found no traces of either app in the Windows Registry." They also commented on the products' application tracking, "Only eBlaster and Spector Pro provide the total time the given app is open as well as the active time�"the amount of time the program remains in the Windows foreground."

    The review concluded, "Spector Pro is the best choice. Logging the user's every keystroke and taking frequent screen grabs, the program is simple enough to use and offers the most powerful and complete assortment of monitoring and reporting features among the tools we've tested. It is also the only monitoring application we looked at that offers time management features."

  • InfoWorld says SpectorSoft Simplifies Snooping

    May 9, 2003

    "Being nosy can be good for business," says Curtis Franklin in his article 'Every word they type, every link they click.' Franklin notes, "There are many legitimate reasons for an organization to want to know what's happening on its computers. From industrial espionage, to sabotage, and workplace harassment suits, it's not hard to understand the strong financial incentives that may exist for keeping tabs on employees' workstations." He continues, "SpectorSoft offers products that allow an IT department to observe virtually all activity on individual workstations."

  • MSNBC says Workers' Web Habits No Secret with SpectorSoft

    January 6, 2003

    Michelle Swafford talked about SpectorSoft products in an article titled, 'Workers' Web Habits are no Secret.' Swafford says, "SpectorSoft Corp. has software programs available for companies to monitor employees or parents to monitor their children's computer activities."

    The article goes on to quote SpectorSoft spokesperson Kasey Sellati, "It really gives you a very complete picture of what's going on because it's like you were sitting there." Sellati said SpectorSoft's customers use the software to make sure employees aren't wasting time, saying inappropriate things or giving out confidential information.

  • PC Magazine Awards Spector Pro Editors' Choice

    July 2002

    In a cover story and review of monitoring products titled 'Watching You, Watching Me', Spector Pro (the program from which Spector 360 was developed) won PC Magazine's Editors' Choice. According to writer Karen Bannen, "Spector Pro stands above the rest." The writer noted, "Spector Pro's interface is the most sophisticated." The article goes on to praise Spector Pro's "handy extras" including "a VCR-like control panel to play back screenshots", "the ability to begin taking screenshots more frequently after detecting a keyword" and the product's log retrieval functionality.

  • TIME Magazine Includes SpectorSoft Products in Front Cover Article

    July 2, 2001

    A TIME Magazine front cover feature titled 'Internet Insecurity' featured SpectorSoft products. According to the writer, Adam Cohen, "What can you expect if someone puts SpectorSoft's products on your computer? It will secretly take hundreds of snapshots an hour of every website, chat group and e-mail that appears on your screen, and store them so that the special someone who is spying on you can review them later."

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  • SpectorSoft Wins Golden Bridge Bronze Award

    Golden Bridge Awards

    September 2014

    Golden Bridge Bronze Award

    Security vendor SpectorSoft has announced the results of a survey of 355 IT professionals regarding their experiences with the prevention and detection of insider threats within their organizations. The survey revealed an overwhelming majority of organizations are unable to detect or deter insider threats, leaving them vulnerable to fraud, data breaches and IP theft.

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  • Spector 360 Awarded Best “Information Monitoring and Filtering Solution”

    Network Products Guide Recognizes Spector 360 for Product Innovation

    March 01 2010

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    Network Products Guide has named Spector 360 a recipient of its 2010 Product Innovation Awards. The Silicon Valley Communications publication is dedicated to recognizing ground-breaking companies bringing essential and incremental changes to networking and computing. “Products such as Spector 360 are helping businesses address productivity, ethics, security, and compliance concerns head on,” said Rake Narang, Network Products Guide Editor-in-Chief. “Product innovation is the cornerstone to continuously meeting our customers’ needs and providing them with better solutions,” said C. Douglas Fowler, President, SpectorSoft Corporation. “Spector 360 addresses a critical and growing need to monitor human behavior and activity as it relates to IT security, and to use real data in a very strategic manner to protect the best interests of the business.”

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  • Spector 360 Named Best Software Solution

    Business and Technology Integrators Acclaim SpectorSoft Product “XCellence”

    December 2008

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    SpectorSoft’s Spector 360 employee monitoring software received the XCellence Award for “Best Software Solution” at the Everything Channel XChange Tech Innovators event Nov. 17-19 in San Jose, CA. The XCellence Awards measure overall Business and Technology Integrator perceptions of Vendor products. XChange XCellence Award winners are selected by top Solution Providers and honor the companies with the most exceptional products and technologies. “Spector 360 has been the subject of considerable excitement at all of the Everything Channel events we’ve attended, so this honor is not only a great positive affirmation, but also a natural progression for this standout product,” said Sharon Woolley, Director of Channel Sales at SpectorSoft. “Spector 360 truly impresses everyone who spends the time to learn more about it.” Spector 360 has been nominated for this distinction on two previous occasions.

  • SpectorSoft Named 2009 Hot Companies Finalist

    Network Products Guide Rates “Products, People, Performance, Potential”

    December 11, 2008

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    Network Products Guide, a leading provider of products, technologies, and vendor-related research and analysis, has named SpectorSoft, makers of Spector 360 employee monitoring software a 2009 Hot Companies finalist. Selected from a global list of information technology vendors including established large companies, mid-size organizations, and startups, SpectorSoft advanced to finalist stage based on Network Products Guide’s "4Ps" selection criteria -- Products, People, Performance, and Potential. The 2009 Hot Companies award covers all areas of information technologies including security, wireless, storage, networking, software, and communications.

  • SpectorSoft Earns 2009 Award of Excellence from Tech & Learning

    November 03 2009

    Stevie Award

    Spector 360, SpectorSoft’s flagship corporate product, received a 2009 Award of Excellence from Tech & Learning. As one of this year’s outstanding technology products in education, Spector 360 was put through rigorous testing and several rounds of judging by Tech & Learning editors and more than 30 qualified educators. “Receiving the Tech & Learning award is a testament to SpectorSoft’s proven ability to help schools throughout the world gain significant insight and control over student activities, and to comply with best practices and legal requirements like the Children's Internet Protection Act (CIPA),” said SpectorSoft President C. Douglas Fowler.

  • Spector 360 Honored as a 2009 American Business Awards Finalist

    June 23 2009

    Stevie Award

    Spector 360 was honored as finalist in the seventh annual American Business Awards competition held in New York City. Honoring organizations of all types and sizes and the people behind them, the American Business Awards recognize outstanding performances in the workplace worldwide. In a gala ceremony attended by more than 600 executives at the Marriott Marquis, Spector 360 joined a privileged list as "Best in Business" in the 'Product of the Yea' category. The award was presented to SpectorSoft in recognition of its outstanding achievement in business by the American Business Awards, also known as "The Stevie Awards."

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  • SpectorSoft's Woolley Named to Top 50 Women in Channel List

    VARBusiness Honors Monitoring Software Leader's Channel Sales Director

    September 16, 2008

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    Sharon Woolley, Director of Channel Sales, has been selected to the list of Top 50 Women in the Channel for 2008 by VARBusiness magazine. Woolley was selected from hundreds of nominations and evaluated by Everything Channel editors based on their personal and professional achievements, as well as the amount of influence wielded over the technology channel. The entire list appeared in the August 25 issue of VARBusiness magazine, and is online at ChannelWeb.com. Woolley has more than 30 years experience in the channel, working for such companies as Seagate, Computer Associates, Traveling Software, Ocean Isle Software, Entre’ Computer Center, Command Software, DOS Center, Corporate Software and others.

  • Spector 360 Wins PC Magazine Editors' Choice

    June 2008

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    Spector 360 has been awarded PC Magazine Editors' Choice in a June 2008 review. In awarding the product four and a half stars, author Matthew Sarrel called Spector 360 "better than anything else I have tested" and "mature."

    The in-depth analysis began by discussing why employers should use products like Spector 360 to detect if employees are misusing computing resources noting, "If installed before your problems begin, monitoring software may prevent malfeasance, because employees know they are being watched."

    Sarrel commented that installing Spector 360 was a breeze, "the server components took less than half an hour" and the Client Deployment Utility is a "straightforward, well-documented wizard."

    The article discussed Spector 360's many monitoring features and in-depth reports stating, "The software really began to show its excellence at internal espionage." While discussing Data Loss Prevention, a growing issue that employers face, Sarrel noted, "Talk about an audit trail! The system is powerful enough to uncover data loss by tracking users sending sensitive files as attachments or copying them to removable storage devices such as USB keys, iPods, or CDs." Sarrel also liked Spector 360's unique Keyword Alerts saying, "This feature works well, and alerts were typically e-mailed in a few minutes."

    The reviewer highlighted 360's built in reporting functionality saying, "The product's comprehensive reporting features really make it stand apart from the crowd ... Spector 360 gives you a full-fledged application with plenty of text reports, charts, and graphs. If you've chosen to capture everything, as I recommend, you can slice and dice by application, user, Web sites visited -- almost by anything you can imagine."

    Mr. Sarrel concludes by saying, "I'd be hard-pressed to find any major deficiencies in Spector 360. I've been following this space for years, and I think this is the most mature product in the class. And it's likely to get better."

  • About.com Says Spector 6.0 "Once Again Sets the Bar"

    May 2008

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    As a follow up to his Five-Star review of Spector Pro 5.0, About.com's Tony Bradley reviewed Spector Pro 6.0 saying, "Spector Pro 6.0 once again sets the bar." The review continued, "I rated the previous version, Spector Pro 5.0, with 5 stars, and if we had more stars available I might give this one a 6. I have not found any other product (with the possible exception of eBlaster) that is as comprehensive and powerful, but also flexible and easy to use." He concluded by saying, "If you have any need to monitor the activity on your own computer, your employee's computers or the computers of your children this is the program to do it with."

  • Spector Pro & eBlaster Wins iParenting Media's Best Products of 2008 Award

    May 2008

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    eBlaster 2008 and Spector Pro 2008, the world's best-selling PC and Internet Activity monitoring products, both won iParenting Media's Best Products of 2008 Awards in the Computer Software category. iParenting Media is part of Disney Online's network of family-focused web sites. According to the iParenting Awards web site, "Install eBlaster on the computer you wish to monitor and walk away. It's that simple! eBlaster will immediately go to work by automatically recording everything your children do online." eBlaster and Spector Pro underwent a thorough ISO 9001 certified evaluation process to win the iParenting Media Awards Best Products of 2008 honors. Hundreds of products were submitted for judging in 20 categories, and the SpectorSoft products were selected based on their value, product quality, ease of use, educational nature and uniqueness, among other criteria.

  • Spector Pro 2008 Awarded The National Parenting Center's Seal of Approval

    May 2008

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    Spector Pro 2008, the world's best-selling PC and Internet Activity monitoring software has been honored with The National Parenting Center's 2008 Seal of Approval for Computer Software. The National Parenting Center's product testing division is run by independent testers including parents, educators and panelists of The National Parenting Center. The testing of Spector Pro involved a multi-step process conducted over an eight-week period. The testing facility of The National Parenting Center gives parents, children, and educators the opportunity to examine a variety of submitted products in a hands-on environment. Each product is evaluated for its level of desirability, safety features, and other ingredients essential in the make-up of a quality product.

  • SpectorSoft Certified as "Gold 5-Star" Overall Winner by VARBusiness 2008 Partner Program Guide

    April 2008

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    SpectorSoft Corporation's Partner Program was certified as a Gold 5-Star Overall Winner in the VARBusiness 2008 Partner Program Guide.

    The CMP Channel publication acknowledged the commitment and strength of SpectorSoft's partner program for its Channel resellers, IT integrators, and technology consultants. SpectorSoft was also certified as a Silver 5-Star Winner in the Marketing, Support, Channel Operations, and Partner Recruitment elements of the awards program. Inclusion in the "Gold 5-Star" category places SpectorSoft in good company. Some of last year's winners included CA, Cisco, Citrix, HP, Fujitsu, and IBM.

  • Spector Pro Wins Top Ten Reviews "Gold Award"

    January 2008

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    Spector Pro won the Top Ten Reviews web site's Gold Award and received an Excellent rating. In the review they note, "SpectorSoft's Spector Pro can capture all the action with little effort." The review continued, "SpectorSoft recently improved Spector Pro's excellent combination of monitoring features." Spector Pro received a score of Excellent in each of the judged categories of Feature Set, East of Use, Ease of Installation, Monitoring Effectiveness and Help/Documentation.

  • Spector Pro Wins Communications Week "Top Technology Award

    November 2007

    Spector Pro received Five Stars and the Top Technology Award for effectiveness and price from Communications Week. The review noted, "If you're a parent that wants maximum control and the ability to monitor the computer and web browsing activities of your children than you'll want to check out the SpectorSoft software package."

  • Spector 360 Nominated for Two CMP XChange Tech Innovators Awards

    October 2007

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    SpectorSoft's Spector 360 PC and Internet activity monitoring software was one of three finalists for "Best Software Solution" at the CMP XChange Tech Innovators event October 7-9 in Miami, FL. Other nominees included FalconStor, and VMWare.

    At the same event, SpectorSoft's live Spector 360 presentation was nominated by PC solution providers as a finalist for "Best XChange Demonstration." Other nominees included FalconStor, and HP.

    The show's field of nearly 50 vendors included such industry powerhouses as AMD, Citrix, Fujitsu, HP, Lenovo, Lexmark, McAfee, Toshiba, and Xerox.

  • PC Pro Magazine Awards Spector 360 5 Stars

    July 2007

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    Spector 360 has been awarded 5 Stars by PC Pro magazine and received the official "PC Pro Recommended" seal. The review calls Spector 360 "invaluable in detecting computer misuse and security issues." During their evaluation, reviewers found Spector 360 to be "easy to install" and noted that "good security practice means monitoring and reporting is essential."

  • About.com Gives Spector Pro Highest Rating of 5 Stars, Calling It "The Best of the Best"

    April 2005

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    According to reviewer Tony Bradley, "Spector Pro rocks - plain and simple!" Bradley continues, "Spector Pro is the world's best selling monitoring and surveillance software. Spector Pro contains seven integrated tools that record virtually every minute detail and action on a computer: chat sessions, instant messages, emails sent and received, web sites visited, keystrokes typed, programs launched and peer to peer file searching and swapping."

    He concluded, "SpectorSoft more or less defines the market for this type of software. If you want to monitor children, employees or even your own computer Spector Pro 5.0 is the best of the best."

  • Spector Pro Wins PC Magazine Editors' Choice

    August 3, 2004

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    Calling Spector Pro "the best choice," PC Magazine awarded the product with its Editors' Choice for the SECOND time. Spector Pro, the program from which Spector 360 was developed, originally won this honor in July 2002. PC Magazine's Sebastian Rupley noted that Spector Pro has "abundant options for customization - which is great for power users." The magazine also liked both eBlaster and Spector Pro's stealth mode saying, "eBlaster and Spector Pro do the best job of hiding: We found no traces of either app in the Windows Registry." They also commented on the products' application tracking, "Only eBlaster and Spector Pro provide the total time the given app is open as well as the active time - the amount of time the program remains in the Windows foreground."

    The review concluded, "Spector Pro is the best choice. Logging the user's every keystroke and taking frequent screen grabs, the program is simple enough to use and offers the most powerful and complete assortment of monitoring and reporting features among the tools we've tested. It is also the only monitoring application we looked at that offers time management features."

  • PC Magazine Awards Spector Pro Editors' Choice

    July 2002

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    In a cover story and review of monitoring products titled 'Watching You, Watching Me', Spector Pro (which is what Spector 360 is built upon), won PC Magazine's Editors' Choice. According to writer Karen Bannen, "Spector Pro stands above the rest." The writer noted, "Spector Pro's interface is the most sophisticated." The article goes on to praise Spector Pro's "handy extras" including "a VCR-like control panel to play back screenshots", "the ability to begin taking screenshots more frequently after detecting a keyword" and the product's log retrieval functionality.

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