My name is Eric Wansong, and I’m the Chief Customer Officer here at Code42. That means it’s my job to make sure you have everything you need to be successful with Code42.
Due to the proliferation of employee collaboration tools and more people than ever working off company networks, data exfiltration events are increasing, rapidly. Therefore, we know it’s vital to make sure you’re using the most effective and efficient methods to detect, investigate, and respond to insider risks without blocking employee productivity. One way to accelerate your insider risk management capabilities is to tap into a strong network of peers to learn from and share experiences with.
This forum provides a unique opportunity to connect with your security peers at other organizations who also use Code42. You can discuss common challenges, give and receive advice, share your experience and best practices, get insights on how others are leveraging Code42 Incydr features, and more.
I believe this community has a lot of potential. It takes active participation to get the conversation going, especially in a new community. So, I’m asking for your help. Please take a look at our discussion posts and, if the topic resonates with you, reply with your thoughts or questions. Or, create a new post to ask your peers for advice about something that’s on your mind right now.
If you have any questions or need help with your community account, our community management team is here to help: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Thank you, Eric Wansong
Chief Customer Officer, Code42
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