Expand the Scope and Protection of Microsoft 365 E5
Through enhanced integration with the Microsoft Defender for Endpoint and Cloud Apps modules, as well as Information Protection & Governance, DTEX InTERCEPT delivers behavioral, contextual workforce intelligence to detect and capture intentional data loss incidents. Only DTEX InTERCEPT stops intellectual property theft by pinpointing human behavior attribution and identifying associated malware root cause to prevent the use and misuse of unsanctioned and sanctioned SaaS applications.
Get the DTEX InTERCEPT for Microsoft 365 E5 Solution Brief.
Ubiquitous Data Classification & IP Protection for the Distributed Enterprise
DTEX InTERCEPT extends Microsoft Information Protection and Governance module’s data classification capabilities with policy templates and multi-factor data sensitivity algorithms to identify the precursors associated with intentional data loss incidents and protect non-regulated intellectual property such as source code, design documentation and other unregulated data types and formats.
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Supercharge Microsoft Defender for the Endpoint with Behavioral Forensics
DTEX InTERCEPT infuses Microsoft Defender for the Endpoint with powerful human behavior attribution and malware root cause analysis created by mapping user activity against the MITRE ATT&CK framework and its own patented DMAP+ metadata collection, correlation and analytics engine to contextualize IOC’s and alerts with user activity intelligence in support of Microsoft’s IRM case-management tools.
Read SANS Institute’s Review of DTEX InTERCEPT UEBA and Human Telemetry Capabilities.
Profile Endpoint Access to SaaS Apps to Detect Anomalies in Real-time
Customers are utilizing DTEX InTERCEPT to extend Microsoft Defender for Cloud Apps’ powerful IAM capabilities to include the continuous profiling of endpoint access to all web-based resources to detect suspicious SaaS-based uploads and anomalous behavior in real-time without additional configuration to detect both user and peer group anomalies occurring across Windows, macOS, Linux, Citrix, VMWare and other cloud-based environments such as AWS Workspaces.
Not every insider is malicious, learn how DTEX protects compromised users.
The latest Research on Workforce Cyber Intelligence & Security
GigaOm 2021 DLP Radar
This GigaOm report details their best practices for adopting a multi-faceted approach to DLP that is holistic, intelligent and able to apply context to data usage as part of a broader risk management strategy. In addition, you’ll find evaluations of vendors who are offering modern DLP solutions.Learn More
Zero Trust Data Loss Prevention for the Distributed Enterprise
Read DTEX’s new eBook – Zero Trust DLP: Next-Gen Protection for the Distributed Enterprise – and compare DTEX InTERCEPT with legacy DLP tools.Learn More
The Evolution of Data Loss Prevention: Next-Generation Security Programs Require Human-Centric Approaches
In a year full of company milestones, it’s not surprising that we have more great news to share. We were recently the only company named a Leader and Fast Mover in the GigaOm Radar Report for Data Loss Prevention.Read Blog
The 5 Reasons Why Enterprises Are Upgrading To Modern Endpoint DLP
Companies worldwide have spent billions of dollars on first generation endpoint data loss prevention (DLP) technologies, hoping it would be the answer to intellectual property protection and regulatory mandates such as PCI, HIPAA and GDPR. In theory, it was a good idea. There’s just one big problem: it didn’t work.Read Blog
DTEX InTERCEPT for Behavioral DLP
Download the DTEX InTERCEPT Solution Brief for Behavioral DLP.Learn More