In this new era of hybrid work, visibility into user behavior and actions is critical to thwarting insider threats and mitigating preventable risks. Remote work and its fracturing of employee loyalty has combined with employee concerns about potential layoffs, providing a recipe for increased insider risks. Peering into 2023, many companies are taking a more concentrated look at their insider risk programs because they see a need for a better understanding of the human element impacting their security risk posture. They also want to develop more effective and efficient threat management programs without infringing on employee privacy.
One of the world’s leading application performance and cloud security vendors became increasingly concerned about the risk of corporate espionage, which led the company to conduct an immediate review of its existing insider risk and DLP technology. Striking a balance between security and privacy remained a top priority for the company. This overarching goal ultimately led to the organization selecting DTEX InTERCEPT™ to secure its patents, protect business process innovation, and prevent data loss.
Most first-generation insider threat and DLP solutions fail to acknowledge an enterprise’s most valuable source of intelligence: humans. After an exhaustive review of DTEX InTERCEPT’s patented metadata collection model, the company’s legal, IT and cybersecurity teams decided to replace the company’s global legacy system with DTEX InTERCEPT. The vendor pointed to DTEX’s unique dataset and ability to protect employee privacy while delivering visibility into dynamic, contextual human behavior as the deciding factor in their decision to select DTEX.
DTEX InTERCEPT’s ability to seamlessly integrate with the vendor’s existing NGAV system and innovative Zero Trust approach to DLP were also identified as must-have capabilities and played a critical role in the organization’s decision to standardize DTEX InTERCEPT across all enterprise workstations and servers. Compliance with the European Union’s GDPR and California’s Privacy Rights Act was also a contributing factor.
Upon selection, a senior cybersecurity executive at the organization said:
“DTEX is a proven solution that won’t break our systems.”
Adding this company to our client roster is a testament to DTEX’s human-centric approach to risk management as well as the convergence of insider threat management, UEBA, DLP, and digital forensics.
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