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What is Network Detection and Response (NDR)?
Cloud-Native Security Solutions
Reveal(x) Enterprise: Self-Managed NDR
With the power of machine learning, gain the insight you need to solve pressing challenges.
Stand up to threats with real-time detection and fast response.
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Gain complete visibility for cloud, multi-cloud, or hybrid environments.
Share information, boost collaboration without sacrificing security.
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Our customers stop cybercriminals in their tracks while streamlining workflows. Learn how or get support.
Our partners help extend the upper hand to more teams, across more platforms.
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Detect network attacks. Correlate threat intelligence and forensics. Auto-contain impacted endpoints. Inventory unmanaged devices and IoT.
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Cloud-native visibility, detection, and response for the hybrid enterprise.
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Ransomware tops the list of security concerns for healthcare delivery organizations. Here's how one university hospital system in the U.S. tapped into ExtraHop to target this malware.
Partnership to put patient outcomes at the forefront of health IT.
What if a new technique came along that not only performed better, but was easier for people to do? ExtraHop is the new technique IT folks need to know about.
Hospitals can use ExtraHop to parse HL7 data in real-time, creating actionable information to speed up patient flows, bed availability, and more.
A Q&A with longtime healthcare CIO Drex DeFord on how CIOs can test the value of new IT products before buying.
FHIR, the new HL7 standard for interoperability in healthcare data, can revolutionize treatment and improve patient experience. ExtraHop's visibility into FHIR can accelerate the revolution.
Radiology and medical imaging are vital parts of the healthcare system. Monitoring and optimizing DICOM is critical for success in healthcare.
Learn the basics of the DICOM protocol and how it is used.
The DoD needed an innovative approach to address chronic issues in their Electronic Health Records systems. ExtraHop got the call.
How the healthcare industry's attitudes towards data and health IT analytics are changing.
If an IT vendor ever claims to be "interoperable", you should press them on their definition of the term. Here's why...
Required reading now that the new ICD-10 medical coding standard is required across the U.S.
The October 1, 2015 ICD-10 conversion date is nearly upon us.Get a deeper understanding of how ExtraHop is able to reduce ICD-10 conversion risk here.
Learn what FHIR is, how it relates to the HL7 protocol, and standards you should know about this way of exchanging healthcare information electronically.
Interested in extracting valuable insight from your HL7 data in real time? Check out our step by step guide to using and customizing ExtraHop's HL7 analytics.
ExtraHop gives you the visibility needed to ensure you're in good shape for the impending ICD-10 conversion. Don't wonder if you're compliant. Know you are!
By analyzing HL7 transactions on the wire, healthcare organizations can gain insight into a wealth of clinical and operations data.
IT teams have plenty of data. What they lack is visibility and insight. What the IT monitoring industry needs is a data liberation front.
A recent SANS-Norse report showed that healthcare organizations are under attack as hackers increasingly target patient data.
ExtraHop's pervasive, context-aware monitoring complements IPS, IDS, and SIEM systems, and enables InfoSec teams to identify and stop data leakage.