How It Works
Integrations and Automations
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.
Learn More >
Gain complete visibility for cloud, multi-cloud, or hybrid environments.
Share information, boost collaboration without sacrificing security.
Featured Customer Story
Wizards of the Coast Delivers Frictionless Security for Agile Game Development with ExtraHop
See All Customer Stories >
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.
Featured Integration Partner
Detect network attacks. Correlate threat intelligence and forensics. Auto-contain impacted endpoints. Inventory unmanaged devices and IoT.
See All Integration Partners >
Get hands-on with ExtraHop's cloud-native NDR platform in a capture the flag style event.
Cloud-native visibility, detection, and response for the hybrid enterprise.
Customer resources, training,case studies, and more.
Partner resources and information about our channel and technology partners.
See what sets ExtraHop apart, from our innovative approach to our corporate culture.
Get the latest news and information.
We believe in what we're doing. Are you ready to join us?
Find white papers, reports, datasheets, and more by exploring our full resource archive.
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.
The Shellshock Over HTTP bundle works with the ExtraHop Enterprise Edition and the free ExtraHop Discovery Edition that you can download.
Citrix login time matters at Seattle Children's: A nurse might access his or her virtual desktop at 40 different devices during a 12-hour shift.
Network World compared all five vendors across a range of core APM capabilities and named ExtraHop the best solution application performance monitoring.
Apart from a few folks in our Denver office, ExtraHop is rooting for the Seahawks with a binary tribute to the Seahawks' 12th man—our rabid fan base.
The Packet Droppings hail from 520 Pike Street where, by day, they drink Monorail Espresso and deliver industry-leading technology management solutions. By night they assume their alter-egos: hard-partying rockstars who jam all night, but not too late, and only after the kids are in bed.
SDN further divorces applications from underlying infrastructure and makes it difficult to gauge performance. ExtraHop and Arista have teamed up to solve this problem.
To those about to rock, we salute you! ExtraHop is happy to announce our in-house band, The Packet Droppings.
IT Operations teams responsible for numerous applications have different needs than outlined in the Gartner Magic Quadrant for APM.
Sujal Patel and Eric Scollard join ExtraHop Networks from Isilon Systems and bring impressive experience in turning a tech startup into a tech powerhouse.
The Forrester APM Market Overview proposes an APM reference model that customers can use to plan their APM strategies and evaluates 26 APM vendors in the context of the reference model.
ExtraHop offers two modules for memcached and AMF that improve application-performance visibility for Web Operations teams and APM in general.
Our Application Delivery and Performance Management System is capable of hardware-driven SSL decryption of 2048-bit keys at network speeds up to 10Gbps.
Keynote Systems and ExtraHop Networks partner to provide plug-and-play application performance management: light-weight, deploys rapidly, monitors in real time.