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Network visibility is a necessity for zero-trust security, but there is more than one way to collect and analyze network data. An October 2021 Forrester report helps organizations assess the value of visibility solutions.
This April, get an ExtraHop Shields Up assessment, cloud threat defense for AWS, detect and stop the Spring4Shell exploit, a Wakefield report on cyber confidence, and more.
Bryan Lares, VP of product shares his vision for user-centric workflows and expanded threat intelligence in NDR.
Learn the 2022 best practices for defeating ransomware where defenders have the advantage—in the midgame.
This March, learn about CISA's Shields Up, advanced threat detection for cloud, gain insight into two complementary MITRE frameworks, C2 beaconing, and more.
Get recommendations for how to detect Spring4Shell exploitation and learn how you can use ExtraHop to stop attacks that leverage this vulnerability.
Read a preview of our most exciting new features, then check the release notes for a comprehensive view of our 8.8 release updates.
Reveal(x) 360 now offers a VPC Flow Logs subscription for continuous visibility in AWS environments. Choose flow logs as a standalone option or combine the cloud-native data source with packets for a multi-layered approach to cloud threat defense.
This February, we introduce ExtraHop CEO Patrick Dennis, a 2021 ransomware retrospective, the near extinction of Maersk, a SOC survey, and more.
A real-world attack proves why the defenders have the post-compromise advantage with network detection and response.
This January TL;DR blog includes a KuppingerCole report, a SANS 2021 SOC survey, a ransomware special report, cryptomining malware, and much more.
Read a preview of our most exciting new features, then check the release notes for a comprehensive view of our 8.7 release updates and Log4Shell response.
For December's TL;DR, we're talking about the Log4j exploit, SolarWinds SUNBURST attack one year later, cloud monitoring, decrypting traffic, and more.
Learn how attackers are using encrypted protocols to hide Log4j attacks and why decryption has become a necessary capability for detection.
Understand Log4j exploitation and how to remediate this zero-day vulnerability with ExtraHop Reveal(x).
Learn why new banking industry incident notification requirements call for fewer silos and more network visibility.
The trends show that modern ransomware behavior has changed, leaving IT in the crosshairs—but by knowing the attacker's playbook, IT teams can regain the advantage.
This November, TL;DR is showcasing breakthrough decryption for Microsoft environments, defending containerized environments, supply chain compromise, and more.
Attackers spend a lot of time moving laterally within your environment, trying to reach their targets. Detecting lateral movement can be a challenge, especially if they're using living-off-the-land techniques. Here's what you can do.
It may sound scary, but focusing on a post-compromise defense strategy can give you a higher probability of success. Test out our calculators to see how you can get the math on your side.