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Insider Threat Analyst Files 2/8/2019: VPN, A Double-Edged Sword? Analysis of US Sens. Rubio, Wyden VPN National Security Warning

Yesterday, US Senators Ron Wyden and Marco Rubio issued a letter expressing their concern over national security issues that Virtual Private Network (VPN) usage could create. Dtex's Insider Threat Analyst Team Manager offers his thoughts. The post Insider Threat Analyst Files 2/8/2019: VPN, A Double-Edged Sword? Analysis of US Sens ... Read More
Williams F1 Leverages Dtex User Behavior Intelligence to Manage Insider Threats and Secure IP

11/19/18: Dtex, Insider Threat, Privacy News Blog: Trump Signs CISA Legislation; Defending Against Culture; Surveillance: Freedom’s Killer

Happy Thanksgiving! The holiday may equate to a short work week in the US but there is certainly no shortage of news breaking about cybersecurity, privacy and the insider threat. The biggest cybersecurity news out last week had to be passage of the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency Act of ... Read More

11/12/2018: Dtex, Insider Threat, Privacy News: Federal News Network Taps Dtex For Insider Threat Insights; Phishing, the Underestimated Insider Threat

The insider threat has been a challenge that government agencies have had to contend with since well before the days of Edward Snowden. While the fed has made significant strides in addressing the threat, there is still work to be done. Last week, we reported on the release of the ... Read More
Building Cyber Resilience in Australia and Beyond - The Hon Christopher Pyne MP

Building Cyber Resilience in Australia and Beyond

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Author: The Hon Christopher Pyne MP **Dtex is excited to feature this guest blog post from Australia’s Minister for Defence, the Hon Christopher Pyne MP. If there’s one thing we know to be certain both in Australia and across the globe, it’s that digital business is strengthening economies, opening up ... Read More

11/5/18: Dtex, Insider Threat, Privacy News: Insider Threat Matures; China Intel Officers Recruit Insiders; Sen. Wyden Disrupts Privacy, Again

The insider threat has come of age. Last week, The National Insider Threat Task Force (NITTF), operating under the joint leadership of the Attorney General and the Director of National Intelligence, announced the release of the “Insider Threat Program Maturity Framework.” The release occurred during the NITTF’s semiannual Insider Threat ... Read More
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Making the (Philosophical) Case: A Privacy-First Security Approach

With the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) and other similar regulations recently coming into effect, the relationship between privacy and enterprise security - notably, how the two can work together to support business values and goals - has become a topic of increasing discussion and prioritization. While the hefty penalties ... Read More

10/29/2018: Dtex, Insider Threat, Privacy News: Wyatt, Wilcox Provide Fed With Insider Threat Risk Reduction Advice; NIST Privacy Risk Framework Catching On

If you are a regular reader of the Dtex Systems weekly news blog, you're well versed on the string of insider threats and incidents that prey on the private and public sectors. The Waymo vs. Uber case and Anthony Levandowski highlight the insider threat problem taking place in private enterprise ... Read More

10/22/18: Dtex, Insider Threat, Privacy in the News: Gartner Goes All In on Privacy, Treasury Official Makes Costly Withdraw, Dark Web Voter Records Grabbing National Attention

The Gartner Symposium/ITExpo 2018 wrapped up last week. This year, there was more of the same and a few fresh perspectives. For one, Gartner identified "Digital Ethics and Privacy" as one of its Top 10 Strategic Technology Trends for 2019. According to the press release: Gartner defines a strategic technology ... Read More

10/15/18: Dtex, Privacy, Insider Threat News: 35 Million Voter Records For Sale on Dark Web Courtesy of Insiders; DHS Vulnerable to Insider Attacks

Threat intelligence provider Anomali opened the week in privacy and security news by announcing that it had discovered as many as 35 million voter records for sale on the dark web. The voter information found came from 19 states and contains PII and voting histories. Doug Olenick from SC Magazine ... Read More

10/8/18: Dtex, Insider Threat, Privacy News: Dtex Earns Leadership, Product Awards; Insider Compromises French Law Enforcement Agency; The Big Hack

Last week, awards organizations based in the United Stated and United Kingdom recognized Dtex for its product excellence and leadership. The Golden Bridge Awards honored the Dtex Advanced User Behavior Platform for innovations in insider threat detection. The SecuritySerious awards named Dtex VP of EMEA Mark Coates as Best Cyber ... Read More