Remote Worker Security that Protects Employees and the Business
- Reduce Malware Infections
- Detect Phishing and Credential Theft
- Protect Against Accidental Data Loss
- Monitor Unprotected Back-ups
56% of Companies saw employees intentionally bypass security controls to mask remote online activity in 2020.
Maintaining Operational Resilience and Managing Risks
Every organization is experiencing challenges to ensure employees stay safe and engaged due to the global crisis’s that have defined 2020. Employees staying home to work remotely means you must ensure that staff is enabled to the fullest capacity, maintains corporate data usage and sharing best practices, and remains protected from external attack.
Unfortunately, traditional employee monitoring tools that capture keystrokes and record user screens do little to protect employees and often create a toxic work culture that is counterproductive. Likewise, network detection and web proxy solutions have been rendered nearly useless as employees are working remotely and away from the corporate network. Compounding the risks is new research that suggests a 230% increase in employees intentionally bypassing VPN tools to mask online activity on corporate devices.
DTEX’s Workforce Cyber Intelligence Platform not only allows employers with visibility to monitor user behavior for cybersecurity best practices, but also to protect the employee from external attack, to promote efficient application utilization and to identify unhealthy work habits without invading personal privacy.
DTEX InTERCEPT – Protecting Remote Workers
DTEX InTERCEPT continuously collects and synthesizes more than 500 unique elements of enterprise telemetry from data, machines, applications and people to deliver holistic, contextual awareness about an enterprise workforce’s activities.
Listen as Bruce Moore, CIO with the Victorian Rail Track Corporation explains how his organization utilizes DTEX InTERCEPT to maintain operational resiliency, protect remote employees, prevent data loss and identify shadow IT projects.