DTEX Is Different
We pioneer solutions built around people: the most intelligent enterprise sensor you have. Discover how we’re improving workforce cyber intelligence and security while still prioritizing employee privacy.
Dive deeper into our lightweight cyber security and workforce intelligence platform with an interactive tour that shows how we continuously translate real-time telemetry about human activities, behaviors, and communications for immediate insights into security challenges, employee engagement, and more.
Two Human-Centric Platforms
DTEX InTERCEPT is a first-of-its-kind Workforce Cyber Security solution that replaces first-generation Insider Threat Management, User Behavior Activity Monitoring, Digital Forensics, Endpoint DLP, and Employee Monitoring tools with a lightweight, cloud-native platform that delivers unique human insights and actionable intelligence from your workforce to bolster security. All without compromising privacy.
2022 Insider Risk Report
Download our newest report to see the relationship between human behavior, remote work, super malicious insiders, and the impact they can have on your organization.
DTEX PULSE enables organizations to learn from their workforce by anonymizing an employee’s physical interactions with organizational assets, aggregating these interactions across the entire business, and then performing analysis to understand engagement levels without compromising privacy.
A Modern Approach to Employee Engagement and Well-being
Workforce Cyber Intelligence supports digital transformation initiatives and human capital management programs by non-intrusively measuring employee engagement and identifying opportunities for cost, performance, and operational efficiencies.
Workforce Cyber Intelligence & Security Use Cases
By collecting and analyzing employee and third-party interactions with data, machines, and applications, Workforce Cyber Intelligence & Security supports a wide range of use cases:
Supporting Employee Wellness
Workforce Cyber Intelligence data can help organizations identify employees at risk of burnout.
Optimizing Asset and License Utilization
Workforce Cyber Intelligence reveals why employees are using enterprise assets to help IT and procurement teams understand what’s working and what’s not.
Protection from Insider Threats
Identify patterns of behavior to prevent threats before they become realized risks.
Remote Workforce Security
Protect WFH employees beyond corporate firewalls or network proxies.
Workforce Cyber Intelligence informs conversations about individual performance, professional development, and growth strategies.
Informing Financial and Operational Planning
Measure team performance to aid planning.
Data Loss Prevention
Understand malicious intent long before traditional DLP measures are triggered.
Anonymize data to satisfy GDPR requirements.
Reducing Legal Liability
Identify the personal online activities that put the enterprise at risk – while protecting employee privacy.
Enable monitoring without violating trust or privacy.
“DTEX InTERCEPT allows us to monitor the behavior of our staff without invading individual privacy and quickly identify if important corporate IP data has been copied onto USB sticks or external drives. This behavior introduces undue risk to the organization. If the behavior is innocent, we can undertake educational programs to prevent similar activities in the future. If malicious, however, we can take the action necessary to protect the corporate IP we need to run our business.”
“We evaluated five solutions against a weighted criteria of 13 must-have capabilities, including user behavior monitoring within specialty engineering applications and a collector that was invisible to employees. DTEX InTERCEPT was the only solution that gave us those lightweight collection capabilities and the visibility we need to support our mission-critical operational requirements.”
“In the case of unwanted apps, DTEX PULSE helps us look at the most used and least used apps in our environment. With this intel, we can pinpoint what the least used apps are and evaluate whether they’re necessary. This has enabled us to spot malicious actors and negligent users who introduce risk and to identify potential licensing issues.”