Dtex is the Modern Approach to Insider Threat Detection
Dtex provides answers, not just alerts. By combining user-focused visibility with machine learning and behavioral models, Dtex is able to provide accurate, intelligent insights into what users are doing within the organization and how they interact with data. This combination allows organizations to answer the important questions: who, what, where, when, and how.
Dtex is incredibly lightweight, collecting just 3-4MB of data per user per day and creating no noticeable network impact. It does not harm employee productivity or endpoint performance, and as a result of this lightweight nature, it can be deployed enterprise wide at full scale. Today’s technological landscape means that it’s never enough to only protect a small portion of your employees. Organizations trust Dtex because it can cover their entire enterprise.
Dtex provides insights in near real-time because modern technology moves so fast that anything less is a liability. Unlike some other solutions, Dtex does not require excessive tuning to begin providing value. This means that when threats or priorities shift, organizations can quickly re-tune Dtex to target threats without going through a significant tuning process. What’s more, the real time nature of Dtex’s visibility and alerts is critical for industries such as financial services, who must protect real-time messaging platforms like SWIFT.
Security doesn’t need to come at the expense of privacy. Dtex is one of the only security tools to put privacy first, offering 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.
Williams Formula 1 Chooses Dtex to Protect Priceless IP
In the Formula 1 racing industry, a split second is the difference between a win and a loss. In an industry where innovative technology is critical and IP theft is a serious concern, Williams F1 Racing and Advanced Engineering uses Dtex to build an environment of trust and safety in a wildly competitive industry. Find out how.
100% of Assessed Organizations Found Some Form of Insider Threat in our 2018 Insider Threat Intelligence Report
Obfuscation via anonymous or private browsing
60% of assessments found attempts to conceal activity through private browsing or research.
Publicly Accessible Data
78% of assessments found company data publicly accessible online, typically on cloud sites like Google Drive or Dropbox.
High Risk Applications
72% of assessments found unauthorized use of high-risk applications, including hacking tools.