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ExtraHop is a Leader in Gartner's 2019 Magic Quadrant for Network Performance Monitoring and Diagnostics, but our unique approach goes far beyond NPMD. Learn why ExtraHop believes our leadership in NPMD is only one example of how we help our customers rise above the noise to protect and accelerate their business.
Network Traffic Analysis (NTA) vs. SIEM: What are the key differences, and how can these two types of security solution work together for a proactive, cost-effective, and scalable SOC? Dive into our blog series for the answers.
Dive into our blog series comparing network traffic analysis products to traditional security solutions with this bakeoff between NTA and Intrusion Prevention Systems (IPS).
Are you interested in the benefits of network traffic analysis but want to understand exactly how network detection and response solutions compare to the enterprise security technology you already know? This blog series will give you the answers in detail. Let's start by comparing network traffic analysis to intrusion detection systems.
Learn about the new features and capabilities included in our 7.5 release and Reveal(x) Winter 2019, from simplified detection drill-down to certificate-free SSL decryption.
Learn why the latest release of ExtraHop Reveal(x), network traffic analysis for the enterprise, has once again raised the bar for inclusion in the increasingly critical category of security solutions based on network detection and response.
All too often, bet-the-company decisions are made based on excitement and ambition. They confuse brashness for boldness. Last year ExtraHop bet hard on security, and here's why today I can proudly say we're winning.
The tech industry is a hype machine, from consumer devices to enterprise technology—and B2B security vendors are some of the worst offenders. Here's how ExtraHop is answering the call for authenticity in a world of hype.
Are you jaded by the overuse of Artificial Intelligence (AI) – with vendors instilling either fear or faith? In the cybersecurity domain, we see CISOs investing in Machine Learning (ML), but remaining justifiably skeptical of AI. Here's why.
Honeypots are a popular method of learning how attackers think so you can better defend your enterprise against them but they also pose a risk if deployed in production environments. Read the case study for a play-by-play of how Reveal(x) uses network traffic analysis to help security teams detect honeypots!
Incident Response teams are under the gun with new data breach reporting requirements thanks to regulations like GDPR. Hear from EMA Research about how to use network traffic analysis as a force multiplier for IR.
At re:Invent 2018, Amazon Web Services' annual user conference, AWS announced AWS Outposts—both its answer to Microsoft Azure Stack and its first entry into the enterprise data center. This post will tell you why Outposts is such a major step for AWS and its ability to win over enterprise customers.
Watch ExtraHop CTO Jesse Rothstein's 10-minute interview with theCUBE at AWS re:Invent 2018 for the latest trends in security and IT analytics for the cloud, with specific examples of how ExtraHop Reveal(x) helps cloud security teams detect and respond to late-stage cyber attacks.
The last week of November 2018 was a busy week for data breaches, with several major consumer-facing organizations all reporting major security incidents. What can we learn from these disclosures, and why does one stand so far apart from the rest?
In their 2018 study on managing risk and stopping insider or external attackers, the Ponemon Institute revealed some sobering statistics about the state of risk management today. Get the full scoop to help you evaluate and improve your 2019 security posture.
Public cloud vendors have no choice but to take security seriously - but even the Big Two (AWS and Azure) are still cloud vendors, not security vendors. Here's a breakdown of what cloud-native security really means for the consumer.
Learn the basics of ITOA and operational analytics, including why it works and how it helps grow your profits.
What are the biggest dangers you'll face when you move to the public cloud? Learn the top cloud threats according to Cybersecurity Insiders' 2018 survey.
So you want to migrate to the public cloud, but SecOps is saying no. The first step towards solving the security challenges unique to the public cloud is understanding why exactly security teams often pump the brakes on cloud migration.
If you missed Splunk .conf 2018, read up on the top takeaways from the show including Splunk's importance to SOC teams, Phantom integrations, and more!