Why We Don't Use DLP: The Code42 Security Team Shows Incydr™ Instead
66% of data breaches involve an insider and 73% go undetected for months. And 69% of those organizations who experienced an insider breach had a DLP in place at the time. Why is Insider Risk on the rise? In spite of heavy investments into DLP or UEBA solutions, the problem is far from solved.
Want to know how to protect your data from Insider Risk? This webcast demo will show how Code42 Incydr™ can do just that. Incydr signals real risk to effectively mitigate file exposure and exfiltration – all without disrupting collaboration.
In this demo, you will learn how Code42 Incydr:
- Pinpoints the activity in files, the way they move, and the people who move them that represents the greatest risk
- Develops an organization-wide view of the vectors by which files move, like browser upload activity, which highlights risks like corporate data attached to personal email
- Quickly detects inappropriate personal use or link sharing in cloud applications like Dropbox, iCloud, Box, OneDrive and Google Drive, and how Incydr can mitigate these data threats before they become loss incidents
Learn more about how Code42 Incydr™ differs from traditional DLP solutions
Meet the speakers:
Todd Thorsen, Director of Governance, Risk Mgmt & Compliance, Code42
Todd Thorsen, CISSP, CISM and CIPP/US – is an Information Security leader with more than 10 years of experience in a variety of roles. Todd’s passion for security developed at Target where he led the Enterprise Third Party Security and Privacy team. Currently, Todd is the Director of Information Security, Risk Management and Compliance at Code42 Software, Inc. In addition to his other security and compliance responsibilities, Todd is responsible for leading Code42’s Insider Threat Risk Program.
Austin Wolf, Senior Information Security Analyst, Code42
As a Senior Information Security Analyst at Code42, Austin is focused primarily on maturing the Code42’s Insider Risk Management and Business Continuity/Disaster Recovery Programs. Previously, Austin was with Xcel Energy, where he built out a Vendor Risk Assessment program and assisted in the roll out of their next generation SCADA and electric distribution systems. Austin is an avid camper, cook, and gardener, and enjoys spending time with family, traveling, and taking photographs.
Brandon McHugh, Senior Information Security Analyst, Code42
As a Senior Information Security Analyst at Code42, Brandon is focused on building the Code42 insider threat risk management program and its FedRAMP Authorization process. Prior to Code42, Brandon was a security risk analyst, network security analyst and the IAM Director at the University of MN where he performed risk assessments for the University, designed an RBAC solution and managed its identity management services. Brandon is an avid biker and camper where he enjoys time in the boundary waters canoe area wilderness.