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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.
Our online demo now features a live attack simulation where you can observe a hacker doing her job: exploiting a Drupal vulnerability, installing custom executables through PsExec, and more.
Dive into our blog series comparing network traffic analysis products to traditional security solutions with this bakeoff between NTA and Intrusion Prevention Systems (IPS).
What happens when you find a data leak in your own environment using your own network traffic analysis product? You investigate, of course, and record the whole process. Read on to learn how I used Reveal(x) to catch the fake Postman Chrome extension red-handed, complete with screenshots of the hunt.
After detecting and investigating a fake Postman Chrome Extension using Reveal(x) network traffic analysis, one question remained: how much damage could a more sophisticated attacker do? I made my own Chrome malware to find out. Here's what I learned.
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.
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.
Why is decryption crucial for SecOps analysis, especially for the growing enterprise security category of Network Traffic Analysis (NTA)? Watch the video or read the deep dive blog to learn about specific attack behaviors that cannot be detected without full decryption capabilities.
Watch this 6 minute video to prep for Gartner's upcoming Network Traffic Analysis Market Guide by learning exactly what NTA for the enterprise means and which capabilities are required to be a truly best-of-breed product in this category.
Get to know the latest about DDoS attacks by learning about attack types, mitigation strategies, and how to protect your website.
Learn about Network Traffic Analysis (an emerging category of cybersecurity product for threat detection and investigation) including Gartner's definition and the benefits of network traffic analysis for security operations.
Learn about the new features and capabilities of Reveal(x) Summer 2018, the network traffic analyzer that helps SecOps teams act with confidence and resolve threats faster than any other security analytics solution.
In part two of this info-packed blog series on how increased encryption is reshaping enterprise security, learn how SecOps can decrypt and analyze encrypted information safely and effectively.
Learn about the serious consequences increasingly encrypted network data has for SecOps teams that rely on analytics—and why most network security vendors aren't helping—in this first blog in a two-part series.