Thank you for being a Code42 customer. This page is your go-to resource for the latest information about Incydr Advanced, along with relevant resources to help you make the most of your deployment.
Code42 in 2'
Each month we continue to deliver next-level innovation to help you outpace and outsmart Insider Risk. There's a lot going on, and we do our best to cover what's new in 2 minutes or less with our monthly Code42 in 2' video series. Watch this month's video highlighting the newest product enhancements.
Feature Release Highlights
New navigation menu
The Code42 console introduces a new and improved top navigation menu, providing access to all the components of your environment. The horizontal orientation of the menu makes the console easier to use than ever before and increases the area in which to view all of your insider risk data.
Retrieve device logs
Administrators now have the ability to use the Code42 console to retrieve Code42 app logs from user devices to use in troubleshooting.
New file alert capabilities
Get notified about exfiltration activity when specific files or file extensions (such as TAR, ZIP, or CPP) or words within a filename (such as "forecast" or "sales") are moved or shared.
Tip: Utilize this feature to monitor and protect your most valuable IP.
New product feature: Cases
Cases provide you with an efficient way to compile, document and disseminate pertinent investigation details so you can make a fast and informed decision about how to respond.
Tip: Create and manage cases alongside your investigations to quickly compile all of the relevant file events and notes in one place.
Command Line Interface (CLI) tool
Through the CLI you can batch add or remove users to legal hold and alert rules. Additionally, we have added enhanced export functionality which enables you to send data to your SIEM and other external tools.
Tip: For a hands-on approach to learning more about Code42's CLI tool, check out the CLI workshop from Code42 University.
Secure data throughout employee tenure with risk detection lenses
Throughout an employee’s tenure at your company, their access to data can evolve, creating opportunities that may put data at risk. This might be through onboarding a new employee, monitoring employees you deem a flight-risk, a departing employee or those with poor security practices or knowledge. No matter the situation, Incydr Advanced risk detection lenses will help increase your ability to detect and respond when employees put valuable data at risk.
Did you know that you can customize applications monitored for file exfiltration? By default, Incydr monitors applications such as web browsers, Slack, Airdrop, FileZilla, FTP and cURL. You can easily add monitoring for additional applications such as WeChat, WhatsApp, Zoom and Amazon Chime in order to detect file exfiltration that signals risk for your organization.
Try Incydr in your own environment
We'll set you up with a real-world pilot of Incydr that will provide insights into where and how data is leaving your organization. Try it for yourself - don’t let your inside be your blind side.