DTEX Named Fast Moving Leader in 2021 GigaOm Radar Report for Data Loss Prevention


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Industry Report Highlights DTEX’s Holistic Human-Centric Approach to DLP, Wide-Ranging Integrations and Support for a Broad Range of Endpoints as Key Strengths

DTEX Systems, the Workforce Cyber Intelligence & Security Company™, today announced it is the only company named a Leader and Fast Mover in the GigaOm Radar Report for Data Loss Prevention, 2021. The comprehensive industry report from leading research firm GigaOm asserts that data loss prevention (DLP) is pivotal for data management and data security strategies, evaluating the top vendors offering next-generation DLP solutions to give decision makers an overview of how offerings can be integrated into their data security approaches.

DTEX earned its recognition as a fast-moving Leader for its “holistic and human-centric approach to the prevention of accidental or otherwise data leakage from within the enterprise.” GigaOm notes that “DTEX’s human-centric approach to potential data leakage is innovative,” citing the new network and process quarantining features that block data exfiltration and help make DTEX InTERCEPT “a powerful platform for any enterprise attempting to reduce the threat to its data.” The report specifically calls out DTEX’s holistic approach to DLP, wide-ranging integrations and support for a broad range of endpoints as key strengths of its technology.

“Next-generation DLP requires a multi-faceted approach that recognizes humans, not data, as the common denominator in keeping data secure and IP safe,” said Paul Stringfellow, Analyst, GigaOm. “With machine learning and next-gen behavioral analytics focused on understanding and deciphering intent fueling its platform, DTEX addresses the limitations of traditional DLP solutions by assessing how a piece of information is being used, modified or moved. While no technology is a silver bullet in preventing data loss, DTEX must be considered by any organization that wants to protect their data from theft and misuse.”

In addition to recognizing DTEX’s human-centric approach, the report also highlights the technology’s strong focus and capabilities for emerging threat management, contextual awareness and security threat monitoring as key differentiators for the company.

“This recognition by GigaOm in its latest Radar Report for Data Loss Prevention is a testament to our DMAP+ technology and innovative application of contextual human intelligence to the challenge of data monitoring and exfiltration prevention,” said Jonathan Daly, Chief Marketing Officer, DTEX. “By focusing on meta-data and using advanced analytics to surface Indicators of Intent, our technology provides our customers’ security teams with the competitive advantage of being able to identify and thwart intentional and unintentional insider risks before data is removed from an organization.”

For access to the full report, visit: https://www2.dtexsystems.com/GigaOm-Radar-for-DLP.

About DTEX Systems

DTEX Systems helps hundreds of organizations worldwide better understand their workforce, protect their data and make human-centric operational investments. Its Workforce Cyber Intelligence & Security platform brings together next-generation DLP, UEBA, digital forensics, user activity monitoring and insider threat management in one scalable, cloud-native platform. Through its patented and privacy-compliant meta-data collection and analytics engine, the DTEX platform surfaces abnormal behavioral “indicators of intent” to mitigate risk of data and IP loss and make smarter business decisions quickly. To learn more about DTEX Systems, please visit www.dtexsystems.com.

Justin McCann

fama PR for DTEX Systems


Source: DTEX Systems

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