How Equinix is Supercharging NGAV with Behavioral DLP & User Intelligence

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Jamie Lindsay, Director of Customer Success, DTEX Systems & Stephen Seljan, Manager of Security Operations @Equinix

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Next-Gen Anti-Virus technology has greatly improved every organizations ability to detect, identify and stop malware from infecting their endpoints, servers and networks. The efficacy over legacy solutions is undebatable. So why are we continuing to hear about continued data breaches? It’s simple really… humans. Users remain the elusive ‘missing link’ who’s behavior has the most impact on an organizations risk posture. Join DTEX Chief Customer Success Officer Rajan Koo and DTEX customer, Stephen Seljan, Security Operations Manager at Equinix, to learn how they are super-charging their NGAV tool with behavioral DLP and human activity forensics. The two will discuss and detail: - Why and how Equinix utilizes EDR and NGAV; - What gaps are filled by DTEX InTERCEPT including behavioral DLP and human cyber forensics; - How Equinix is moving ‘Left of Boom’ with an integrated NGAV/DLP/Insider Threat approach that is delivering a 200% reduction in time to remediation.
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