By delivering nearly real-time forensic results to complicated data security questions, Code42 Forensic File Search helps security, IT and compliance professionals dramatically reduce the time it takes to investigate, respond to and recover from data security incidents.
In this webinar, Code42 experts will walk you through the main functionalities of Code42 Forensic File Search to show how security and IT teams can significantly improve their detection and response times – with a process as simple as using a search engine.
During this webinar, you will learn how you can utilize Code42 Forensic File Search to:
Report on file events detected by the Code42 app
Reduce typical response times associated with security events
Investigate malware before it cripples your organization
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Kyle Hatlestad, principal systems engineer, Code42
Kyle is a principal systems engineer on the Customer Success team at Code42, with expertise in selecting and deploying global data protection solutions for the Fortune 500. Kyle brings 20 years of technology experience in data security, content management and software implementation.
Abhik Mitra, product marketing manager, Code42
Abhik is a product marketing manager at Code42 and brings more than 10 years of experience in enterprise technology. He is the strategic conduit between the customer and Product Management, Sales and Marketing teams. He is passionate about creating compelling content and communications to demonstrate the strengths of tech solutions. Prior to Code42, he served as a global product manager for companies such as Xiotech, Kroll Ontrack and Imation.
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