Our Story

We Bring the Cybertruth to Light so Attackers Have Nowhere to Hide

ExtraHop is a leader in Network Traffic Analysis (NTA) on G2

Network Traffic Analysis

Network Detection and Response

Digital Forensics

Intrusion Prevention and Detection

ExtraHop is a leader in Network Detection and Response (NDR) on G2

Network Detection and Response

Intrusion Prevention and Detection

Cloud Security

At ExtraHop, we’re on a mission to protect and propagate trust by revealing the cybertruth.

Every network holds an essential truth: the truth about the attackers who are already inside, what they’re doing, and how to stop them at top speed.

Yet too many organizations are flying blind without the network transparency they need to see this truth. That’s why we partner with every customer, every day, to reveal it.

Because we know that when we do, our customers can see more. And when they can see more, they know more. And that’s when they have the power to stop more cyberattacks.


Faster Threat Detection

Our sophisticated behavioral analytics detect threats others miss, including advanced threats like supply chain attacks, APTs, and zero days.


AI & ML Patents

We hold over 70 artificial intelligence and machine learning patents that allow us to derive intelligence from petabytes of data each day in real time and at scale.


Faster Response

Streamlined investigation workflows enable ExtraHop customers to resolve threats 87% faster according to the Forrester Total Economic Impact™ Study.

Our Differentiated Approach

Global analyst firms including Gartner, Forrester, and IDC recognize ExtraHop as a network security leader driving positive business outcomes for customers, along with innovation in the network detection and response space. In fact, according to data from the 2023 Gartner Market Share: Enterprise Network Equipment report, ExtraHop commands the second-largest share of market revenue in the network detection and response category, with a 34.5% increase in revenue from 2021 to 2022.

According to Gartner, "Organizations rely on NDR to detect and contain postbreach activity such as ransomware, insider threats, or lateral movements. NDR complements other technologies, which trigger alerts primarily based on rules and signatures, by building heuristic models of normal network behavior and spotting anomalies." Further mentioning, "Security and risk management leaders should prioritize NDR as complementary to other detection tools, focusing on low false positive rates and detection of anomalies that other controls don't cover."

Gartner, Market Share: Enterprise Network Equipment by Market Segment, Worldwide, 4Q22 and 2022. Christian Canales, Naresh Singh, Nat Smith. 30 March 2023.

Gartner, Market Guide for Network Detection and Response, Cybersecurity Research Team, 14 December 2022

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