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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.
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Share information, boost collaboration without sacrificing security.
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Detect network attacks. Correlate threat intelligence and forensics. Auto-contain impacted endpoints. Inventory unmanaged devices and IoT.
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When ExtraHop Reveal(x) detected suspicious DNS queries, ExtraHop analysts went to work to help investigate a breach and shut out the intruder.
Josh Snow had a good scare after he spotted something hiding in plain sight.
When an enterprise discovers the easy way to search for weak cryptography, they find something a little more sinister.
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How the security practices of third-party vendors leave the door open for hackers to steal enterprise data.
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A compromised VPN client infects a print server and accesses a critical networking admin tool, ExtraHop Reveal(x) detectors fire.
When one company needed network visibility and packet-level forensics, they sought out a vendor. They found a security partner instead.
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Security requires a multifaceted approach. Learn how one company uses our machine learning-based solution to solve multiple challenges, then view the Periodic Table of NDR Use Cases to learn how Reveal(x) supports each element of cyberdefense.
A journey into cryptography revealed security exposure from an unlikely on-campus vendor.
How a government agency stopped a DNS amplification attack attempt dead in its tracks.
Read an example of how one government organization safeguarded its data by using ExtraHop Reveal(x) to detect an attempted SQL injection attack.
Higher-ed institution detects and investigates a security event within minutes, saving time, resources, and the day.
Most people don't think of brick-and-mortar retail stores as technology centers, but as one Big Box retailer discovered, even grocery scanners can pose a cybersecurity risk. Read this story of detecting suspicious DNS behavior.
When an educational services provider set out to fortify security, they discovered a need to reduce their mean time to respond. With the assistance of ExtraHop Professional Services, they streamlined investigations to speed up incident response.
During a training with the retail arm of a large bank, ExtraHop trainers spotted unusual network activity related to GameStop's stock market breaking news.
The second installment of our story about investigating some very strange behavior happening on the network.
A network enumeration detection sends a group of security professionals down a rabbithole. Read the blog to follow along as they investigate some very strange behavior happening on the network.