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Dtex Systems Partners with Fujitsu to Detect and Prevent Insider Threat in Japan with Advanced User Behavior Intelligence

SAN JOSE, CA — (Marketwired) — 05/12/17 — , a leading insider threat detection provider, today announced that it has signed a partner agreement with Fujitsu Limited, the leading Japanese information and communication technology (ICT) company. Under the agreement, Fujitsu will offer insider threat detection capabilities through its Global Managed Security Service using the , a lightweight, scalable solution combining endpoint-based user visibility with adaptive analytics.

As the leading Japanese ICT company, Fujitsu defends its internal networks, which connect hundreds of group companies globally. The company accumulates security knowledge and provides this intelligence to customers as a managed security service. Fujitsu is collaborating with Dtex Systems to further strengthen and expand its Global Managed Security Service using the innovative new user behavior analytics technology to detect insider threat risk.

“Insider incidents represent a majority of data breaches globally, which makes understanding user behavior critical to preventing data loss,” said Christy Wyatt, CEO of Dtex Systems. “We are thrilled to partner with Fujitsu, a trusted industry leader, to offer comprehensive and scalable security solutions that provide deep, contextual understanding of user behavior in Japan.”

“Companies are facing an increasingly difficult challenge with identifying insider related security issues,” said Junichi Iijima, Head of Cyber Security Business Strategy Unit, Fujitsu Limited. “We are excited that our collaboration with Dtex enables us to quickly detect and mitigate insider risk with user behavior analytics. This capability will help to strengthen our customers– overall security.”

Recognized as a pioneer in insider threat detection, Dtex understands the wide range of insider threat types — including negligent users, malicious actors, and compromised users — and can pinpoint them with greater accuracy than legacy enterprise security vendors, without compromising user privacy or productivity. The Dtex Advanced User Behavior Intelligence Platform self-tunes by continuously studying and learning user patterns, allowing it to better identify anomalies and address risky or negligent behavior while avoiding the burden of false positives. With the industry–s most comprehensive library of thousands of known user threat behavior patterns — enhanced with advanced risk modeling and combined risk scoring — it can identify abnormal user behavior and provide contextual, actionable insights.

To ensure visibility into user activity without impeding user privacy, Dtex provides anonymization capabilities to strip metadata of any identifying information to maintain user privacy, deeming it suitable for use even under the strictest privacy laws.

For more information about Dtex and the company–s User Behavior Intelligence Platform, visit . For more information about Fujitsu, visit .

Dtex Systems arms enterprises across the globe with revolutionary technology to protect against user threats, data breaches, and outsider infiltration. As the only solution combining unparalleled endpoint visibility with advanced analytics, Dtex is able to pinpoint threats with greater accuracy than traditional security methods without adversely impacting user productivity. Dtex established itself as a US Company in 2015 after securing its Series A funding from Norwest Venture Partners and Wing Ventures. To learn more, visit .

Erika Kamholz
Bhava Communications for Dtex Systems

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