Dtex Stock

dtexsystems.comEnterprise Software / CybersecurityFounded: 2014Funding to Date: $72.28MM

DTEX Systems helps hundreds of organizations worldwide better understand their workforce, protect their data and make human-centric operational investments.

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News Highlights

Ex-Google Cloud & Mandiant CTO takes helm at DTEX as CEO
Marshall Heilman, former CTO of Mandiant and Google Cloud, has been appointed as CEO of DTEX, a company specialising in insider risk management. Heilman plans to utilise his cybersecurity expertise to help organisations mitigate insider risks. DTEX has seen significant growth recently, with a 247% increase in total contract value and numerous contracts with Fortune 500 companies.
DTEX Partners with Defence Trailblazer
DTEX Systems has joined the Defence Trailblazer program as one of 35 industry partners. The initiative, backed by the University of Adelaide, UNSW Sydney, and the Australian Government, is set to invest $240 million in accelerating Australia's defense innovation and workforce development. DTEX, a cybersecurity firm, will support the program through an internship aimed at enhancing skills needed to mitigate insider risks, a major concern for Australia's national security. The program is expected to create over 2,400 jobs in four years.
Professional Services Company Chooses DTEX to Address Data Loss Amid Employee Attrition
A leading professional services network in Canada has selected DTEX Systems' InTERCEPT as its primary insider threat and data loss prevention solution. The decision came after the company noted a rise in data loss incidents due to employee attrition. DTEX's platform integrates DLP, UEBA, and UAM capabilities with behavioural and contextual intelligence at scale, without infringing on employee privacy, to help prevent data loss and manage insider threats.
Updated on: Feb 27, 2024


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