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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 roles for device management
New Org Computer Modify and Cross Org Computer Modify roles provide more granular control over managing devices. For example, assign in conjunction with a help desk role to enable support personnel to add and deactivate user devices.
New feature: Risk Detection Lenses
Detection lenses provide a view of activity for a subset of users who are at a higher likelihood of putting data at risk. Adding users to a lens kicks off system alerts and user management workflows so you can programmatically protect data.
Create and Manage
Creating custom alerts in Incydr will provide you with context to file, vector and user data risk quickly in order to help prioritize response. Alert rules allow you to determine when and how you are notified by Incydr.
Did you know you can implement trusted domains within Code42 Incydr to get better risk signal?
Using trusted domains preferences in Incydr, you can filter out the noise of harmless activity to better surface personal and untrusted file events. Trusted activity is still monitored should you need to review it, but it won't trigger unnecessary alerts. or show in dashboards.
Try Incydr Advanced in your own environment
Incydr Advanced risk detection lenses can help increase your ability to detect and respond when employees put valuable data at risk and leverages the same agent you have deployed today. 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.