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Dtex Systems brings visibility, transparency, and security to leading global organizations.
Dtex was founded in 2000 in Australia and is now headquartered in Silicon Valley, San Jose, California, and has offices in the UK, Australia, Asia and South America. The company is growing rapidly and currently employs over 70 people. Dtex is now starting to build the Benelux market and The Hague Security Delta will be the head office for the region.
Dtex has evolved into the lightest, most scalable endpoint solution in the world. Specifically designed for scalability and near-zero performance impact, Dtex is configurable for both local and multinational organizations. This mature, hardened technology enables Dtex to deliver the visibility, transparency and security needed by global businesses to prevent internal threats without compromising user privacy.
In addition to the core technical expertise, our international team has a deep knowledge of the legal, regulatory and business requirements for protective monitoring. While often supported by its service partners, Dtex retains full responsibility for project management to ensure the highest possible standard of service delivery for every customer.
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 can pinpoint threats with greater accuracy than traditional security methods without adversely impacting user productivity. In 2015, Dtex secured $15 million in Series A funding led by Norwest Venture Partners and Wing Ventures.
For Dtex Systems, the establishment of a sales and support office in The Hague – the international city of peace, justice and security – was a conscious choice. As the ‘Secure Digital Gateway to Europe’, The Hague is a central, strategic location for expanding sales activities throughout the continent.
“In building a plan to develop the Dtex business in Benelux we looked at the markets that would have the highest needs for insider threat detection,” says Olav van Haren, Sales Director at Dtex Systems. “We are also eager to work with partners and The Hague Security Delta is the perfect platform to work with governments, knowledge institutions and enterprises to build a solid foundation for the Dtex operations in the Netherlands and beyond.”
Dtex has won several awards, including “Leader in Insider Threat Detection Solutions” from Cyber Defense Magazine, and was named “Best Security Company (Services)” by the Info Security Products Guide Global Excellence Awards and “Best Cybersecurity Company” by the Cybersecurity Excellence Awards, to name a few.
More information about the awards:
The Cyber Defense Magazine Infosec Awards: The Dtex User Threat Platform was named the “Leader in Insider Threat Detection Solutions” for its innovative combination of endpoint visibility and adaptive analytics used to determine how sensitive data and valuable intellectual property exited enterprise organisations and from which endpoint, so that threats can be addressed at the source.
Info Security Products Guide’s Global Excellence Awards: Dtex was named a silver winner in the “Best Security Company (Services)” category for its continued company growth, excellent leadership team and comprehensive insider threat detection platform, which has earned the trust of global organisations such as Aston Martin Racing, Eni/Saipem and Allianz.
The Cybersecurity Excellence Awards: Sponsored by the 300,000-plus member LinkedIn Information Security Community, Dtex was distinguished as a finalist in the “Best Cybersecurity Company” for solving the challenges faced by enterprise security teams as they adapt to increasingly blurred security perimeters.