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Get the top three takeaways from the 2018 SANS Security Operations Center Survey, and learn how to improve your SOC efficiency based on advice from the experts!

Find out why ExtraHop's first security analytics release makes an "unprecedented jump into the Value Leaders corner" of EMA's radar.

With Black Hat right around the corner, we're running an InfoSec quiz game via our Twitter. Learn more about how you can win cool prizes; no need to be attending Black Hat to participate!

What did Gartner predict in the 2018 Hype Cycle for Threat-Facing Technologies, and what are the most important changes from 2017? Take a look at this breakdown of the security tech to watch this year!

Check out this video of Rasika Nayanajith, Network Team Leader at La Trobe University, talking about how he and his team use ExtraHop to optimize and secure their network.

IDC Survey: ExtraHop dramatically improves enterprise performance and security results.

Ever wonder what unicorns and Amazon S3 buckets have in common? ExtraHop's Cloud Security expert, Eric Thomas, explains in this opinion piece in Dark Reading.

Learn about Network Traffic Analytics (an emerging category of cybersecurity product for threat detection and investigation) including what it is and the benefits of network traffic analyzers for security operations.

ExtraHop Reveal(x) Summer 2018 sheds light on key risks and behaviors in the darkspace of enterprise security. Here's how Reveal(x) solves late-stage attack blindness.

Almost 70% of exposed records in 2017 were due to misconfigurations in services like Amazon Simple Storage Service (S3). Here's how to be smart and secure on S3.

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.

See the difference between what ExtraHop Reveal(x) sees and what Darktrace sees—or doesn't see—during a brute force attack and sensitive database compromise.

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