What is DMAP+?

What is DMAP+ Technology?

DTEX System’s patent pending DMAP+ TechnologyTM is an elastic meta-data collection, correlation and analytics engine that powers InTERCEPT and PULSE by synthesizing telemetry from data, machines, applications and people to surface dynamic behavioral awareness indicators that combine to deliver holistic, contextual awareness about an enterprise workforce’s activities.

DMAP+ Technology works using lightweight forwarders that continuously collect more than 500 unique behavior-centric meta-data elements from laptops, desktops, servers and virtual machines. These elements are correlated in near real-time using advanced behavioral models that are mapped against an individual’s normal activity and peer group baselines.

Predictive scoring algorithms continuously process, identify and stack behavioral indicators to stream live status updates, trend analysis and, when required, trigger notifications of abnormal activity that deviate from baselines and indicate elevated risks and inefficiencies that require attention and possible investigation.


What makes DMAP+ Technology unique?

DMAP+ Technology is different and more advanced than engines that power traditional Insider Threat, User Behavior Analytics, Employee Productivity and Data Loss Protection solutions because it is engineered to monitor, evaluate, score and notify of anomalies in human interaction with data and systems.

Dtex DMAP+ Technology vs. Endpoint DLP tools

Unlike traditional endpoint DLP and User Activity Monitoring solutions, DTEX DMAP+ Technology employs light-weight forwarders that only pull 3-4MB of data per user per day and does not create any noticeable network impact. DMAP+ lightweight forwarders do not harm employee productivity or endpoint performance (<0.5% CPU), and as a result can be deployed enterprise wide in hours.

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DTEX DMAP+ Technology vs. Legacy Insider Threat tools

In comparison to legacy Insider Threat Platforms, DTEX DMAP+ Technology was designed as a cloud solution from the ground up to support an optimal and scalable deployment. Likewise, DMAP+ Technology does not require intensive analyst monitoring and the identification of ‘Persons of Interest’ to initiate extended visibility and risk alerting. DTEX DMAP+ Technology constantly monitors devices and individual’s enterprise wide to maintain a full contextual history of behavior and activities. This allows for more accurate, earlier identification of risks and trends, and powers on-demand forensic investigations and audit trail availability.

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DTEX DMAP+ Technology vs. User Behavior Analytics tools

User Behavior Analytics tools ingest disparate low-fidelity 3rd party data sources and leverage statistical analysis (dressed up as AI/ML) to attempt to highlight anomalies 🡪 anomalies which occasionally relate to Insider Threats but lack the context to answer the basics of who, what, why, when and where.” Instead, DTEX DMAP+ technology takes full control over a high-fidelity data set which aggregates anomalies with known-bad behaviors to provide answers not alerts in near-real-time.

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DTEX DMAP+ Technology vs. Employee Productivity Monitoring tools

Dissimilar to Employee Productivity tools, DTEX DMAP+ Technology doesn’t sacrifice workforce privacy for security and business intelligence. DMAP+ Technology utilizes patented anonymization features that can obscure all identifying data from user behavior data. In the current public and legal culture, organizations can no longer afford to ignore privacy. DTEX‘s anonymization features mean that it can be deployed even under strict privacy regulations (such as GDPR) and that it doesn’t harm company culture by violating employee privacy.

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