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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 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.
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.
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.
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.
See the difference between what ExtraHop Reveal(x) network traffic analysis (NTA) sees and what Darktrace sees—or doesn't see—during a brute force attack and sensitive database compromise.
How can your SOC resolve security issues up to 77% faster than anyone else? Check out the visual comparison of automated investigation vs. a multi-tool workflow to find out!
ExtraHop users, there's a nasty new Android worm that spreads via remote debugging services, but don't worry—install this remote ADP connections dashboard to quickly find and shut down at-risk devices.
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.
Network scanning and port scanning aren't inherently hostile, but they're often used maliciously. Learn to tell the difference between safe and hostile scanning on your network.
Learn how Reveal(x) and Phantom enable you to automatically investigate potential data exfiltration, vet newly added DNS servers, and block unauthorized database access.
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.
Opportunistic attacks are easy to block, but targeted and advanced attacks take a combo of time, skill, and an integrated security workflow. Learn how Palo Alto Networks and ExtraHop Reveal(x) work together to give you a shortcut for late stage threat hunting!
Next gen security programs will be measured by dwell time more than any other metric. Here's why.
Now that PFS is required by TLS 1.3, what happens if ExtraHop customers can't install session forwarding software? Don't worry! Check this guide to learn how to forward session keys from F5 Local Traffic Managers (LTM) to ExtraHop.
In May 2017, WannaCry shook the world in a massively effective ransomware attack affecting 150 countries. One year later, has the tech industry learned its lesson? Check out this CIO Dive interview with ExtraHop's VP of Security and 3 other security experts about what made WannaCry so successful, how the industry has evolved since, and what's next for cyber security and ransomware defense.
Not sure how to maintain IT and security visibility now that TLS 1.3 requires perfect forward secrecy encryption? Watch this webinar (or read the transcript!) for current encryption trends, what's next for TLS 1.3, and how ExtraHop provides an elegant and lightweight solution to the visibility challenge.
From the truth about machine learning to how scary encryption can be, here are the top 3 takeaways from RSA 2018!
SecOps needs to cut through a lot of hype surrounding security analytics. Read the blog and become a smarter buyer.
Get the low-down on how to use network security analytics to defend against Russian state-sponsored hackers.