Over the past quarter, insider risk management has been thrust into to spotlight, with high-profile insider incidents driving headlines. Perhaps the biggest story to hit over the past few months has been the Pentagon leaks, with National Guard Airman Jack Teixeira posting sensitive military documents on Discord.
Outside the headlines, DTEX has been busy collaborating with the experts to drive conversation on insider risk management. Just last week we sponsored the first videocast episode for Conversations from the Inside, hosted by Christopher Burgess. For the inaugural episode, Christopher sat down with Vaillance Group CEO, Shawnee Delaney, to discuss insider risk and counterintelligence. If you missed the live event, be sure to watch the replay.
It’s also been a fruitful quarter for DTEX on the customer front. We are thrilled to have partnered with several high-profile organizations to help mature their insider risk capabilities:
Leading Global Bank Chooses DTEX InTERCEPT to Enhance Visibility into Insider Risk
One of the world’s largest banks selected DTEX InTERCEPT to improve visibility into insider risks and to ensure regulatory compliance. The InTERCEPT platform has become the bank’s primary source of insider risk data, delivering high-fidelity telemetry to empower the Security Operations Center (SOC).
Leading U.S. Telecommunications Company Chooses DTEX Systems to Mitigate Insider Risk, IT Sabotage, and Credential Misuse
A top 5 U.S. telecommunications company selected DTEX InTERCEPT as its insider risk management solution. Following the evaluation process, the company determined DTEX was the only partner that could consolidate the essential elements of DLP, UEBA, and UAM into a single light-weight solution, while providing superior visibility and customization capabilities.
Leading U.S. Medical Imaging Firm Chooses DTEX to Protect Patient Data, Meet Compliance
A major U.S. radiology company selected DTEX InTERCEPT to protect its most sensitive data, including patient Personally Identifiable Information (PII). Additionally, the InTERCEPT platform enabled the company to consolidate tools and meet compliance regulations – a critical factor in the healthcare industry.
Internally, we have also celebrated an important new hire, with the appointment of Dave Salverson as Chief Financial Officer. With more than 25 years’ experience in financial leadership under his belt, Dave will play a key role in supporting our company’s growth trajectory.
It has been an eventful quarter at DTEX, and we expect that it won’t slow down any time soon. We remain committed to delivering value to our customers across the world and working with them to mitigate insider risks.