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Visibility is necessary for security but the concept isn't exactly clear-cut. Hear from SANS on defining visibility to help you confidently identify blind spots, strengthen security, and measure success on this cybersecurity KPI.
Advanced persistent threats, supply chain attacks, and zero days are becoming more prevalent. A new white paper explores each threat, how they overlap, and how to detect them before they cause damage.
John Kindervag, credited as the creator of zero trust, sat down to talk about zero trust implementation and how security solutions can support it.
Two thirds of environments are running more than ten devices with SMBv1—the vulnerable protocol that enabled WannaCry. Learn what you need to know to protect your organization from vulnerable protocols like SMBv1, LLMNR, NTLM, and HTTP.
Mark Bowling brings thirty years of cybersecurity and intelligence expertise to ExtraHop, including time working at the FBI and the Department of Education. Read on for his answers to our top five questions.
A new report details how hiding in DNS traffic was a critical tactic used by SUNBURST attackers to avoid detection—and why DNS is so challenging to secure.
In a recent blog post, Gartner lists network detection and response (NDR) as one of the controls necessary to thwart supply chain attacks. After SUNBURST, ExtraHop has evidence that NDR is an effective defense against sophisticated attacks.
Well-known cyberattacks take advantage of DNS to evade common security tools. Learn how these attacks work, and how to monitor DNS traffic for threats.
Most people don't think of brick-and-mortar retail stores as technology centers, but as one Big Box retailer discovered, even grocery scanners can pose a cybersecurity risk. Read this story of detecting suspicious DNS behavior.
Read a Q+A with ExtraHop's two CRN Channel Chiefs, Mark Fitzmaurice, Vice President of Worldwide Channel Sales, and Todd Debell, Director of Channels for the Americas.
Get ExtraHop's latest report exploring how SUNBURST's behavior evaded defenses and what we can do going forward.
In this SANS review of ExtraHop Reveal(x) network detection and response, Dave Shackleford discusses why network truth combined with sophisticated machine learning count for a lot in security. Intuitive design and usability take a solution to the next level.
Get the skinny on LDAP encryption, including whether LDAP traffic is encrypted automatically and how you can best secure traffic using this protocol.
SANS conducted their annual DevOps survey, seeking to understand whether or not security teams are able to keep pace with DevOps. They concluded that shifting security earlier in the process is a smart strategy for faster deployment.
A team of ExtraHoppers has made it into the top 800 in Folding@home, a competitive distributed computing project aiming to better understand COVID-19.
With 2021 quickly approaching, it's time to think critically about what's working in your security strategy and what could stand to improve. ExtraHop's Mike Campfield joined Enterprise Security Weekly to discuss why network detection and response is critical to the future of security.
Threat hunting is a way for advanced security operations teams to proactively seek out and eliminate threats in their environment. This Gartner report explores the potential benefits of threat hunting.
ExtraHop Reveal(x) customers have shared their experiences, ensuring that ExtraHop ranks as a top service provider on Gartner's Peer Insights in the Network Detection and Response market. We can't thank them enough.
(ISC)² has launched a three-part webinar series on how cloud-native network detection and response helps enterprises uphold their end of the shared responsibility model, while offering the same scalability that other cloud services offer.
A recent SANS survey found that, because of budget limitations, more companies are reconsidering their security staff hiring. Given that necessary skills are still in demand, Security Operations Managers will need to take a different approach to bridge the gap.
Now that business (and your social life) runs on Zoom, what are the security issues that have plagued the video conferencing giant—and how serious are they, really? Read the blog for a breakdown.
Get the podcast for the news in IT and listen for a mention of ExtraHop's new IoT capabilities.
What is endpoint detection and response (EDR) and how should you consider the category in 2020?